The cross of Christ and the power of his resurrection
In many places the large rough wooden cross carried into the Good Friday liturgy remains in place throughout the first few weeks of Easter. But now bunches of spring flowers surround its foot and a good length of white linen is draped over its arms.
Atrocities and Innocents: A call to prayer by the Primate
In our time in history, terrible crimes against humanity are claiming more and more innocent victims. Last week, the world witnessed horrific images of Syrian children foaming at the mouth, convulsing and dying in the arms of their sobbing mothers and fathers. Their deaths were brought on by yet another round of the use of … Continued
‘Undone, only to be renewed’
As we make our way through Holy Week – that time of such wondrous love, when for my sake and that of all the world Christ gave himself to death, there are two moments when I am invariably ‘undone’. One of those moments is on Maundy Thursday. We will have recalled the Last Supper and … Continued
A Call to Prayer for the U.S.A. from the Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada
Next week, the eyes and ears of all Americans and indeed many other people around the world will be turned toward Capitol Hill in Washington as Donald Trump takes the Oath of Office.
A Pastoral Letter to The Anglican Church of Canada on The Feast of the Epiphany
I greet you in his name and love on this The Feast of the Epiphany. The post A Pastoral Letter to The Anglican Church of Canada on The Feast of the Epiphany appeared first on Anglican Church of Canada.