October 2023 Issue

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Church opens rectory to house refugees

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Diocese supports Guest House

The diocese has made a gift of $656,538 to the Sisterhood of St. John the Divine to assist with the renovation of its Guest House, ...
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Summer event brings winter warning

Winter arrived early this year for the families, advocates and faith leaders who gathered in downtown Toronto on the afternoon of Aug. 27. More than ...
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A summer under strange skies

As Jerusalem fell in flame and death, or just after, as the population was scattered in a diaspora which has never really ended, and it ...
An unhoused woman sits on a bench with her belongings at Nathan Phillips Square.

Outreach conference addresses displacement

This past summer, images of displacement had become inescapable. In June and July, hundreds of refugee claimants were forced to sleep on the streets of ...

Archives closed in October

The diocese’s Archives will be closed to visitors and research inquiries starting Oct. 2 and will reopen on Nov. 7 so staff can undertake inventory ...

Pikangikum students visit church

All Saints, King City hosted a barbecue on June 10 for 51 Grade 8 students and 12 adults from Eenchokay Birchstick School, Pikangikum First Nations ...

Wildfires prompt PWRDF to start fund for Canada

In this year of unprecedented wildfires from coast to coast, PWRDF (Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund) is establishing a fund specifically for in-Canada emergency ...
Parish News

New food cupboard helps community

There’s a new food cupboard in Caledon East. “Take what you need, leave what you can” is the motto for the new initiative of St. ...

Primate led ‘with courage’

The 11th Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada and one of its longest-serving leaders, Archbishop Michael Peers, died on July 27 in Toronto just ...

ACW provides snacks and a prayer

ST. JOHN’S – Garnish is a fishing town located in Fortune Bay, Newfoundland. Lobster is the largest species fished in the area. Each day, nearly ...

Good food and drink on tap at event

VICTORIA – For the second year running, St. Peter, Comox organized an ecumenical outreach event to mark “International Buy a Priest a Beer Day” on ...

Diocese considers capital campaign

HAMILTON – This fall will see the launch of a feasibility study in the Diocese of Niagara to determine the level of support for a ...
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