Vol. 141 Nbr. 5, May 2015
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- 'Barriers' to native ministry remain.
- Anglicans must 'face the lion'.
- Church sees new life as homeless teen shelter.
- Oil downturn hurts the most vulnerable, say Alberta clergy.
- Jerusalem ministry transforms Ottawa priest.
- Walking with the Sisterhood of St. John the Divine.
- Cubans vote to return to Episcopal Church.
- Faith groups invite Pope to visit Vancouver's poor.
- 'What do they want now?'.
- Hospice volunteer gives new meaning to dying well.
- 'Well done and welcome home'.
- Indigenous people appreciated God 'from their interaction with the world'.
- Returning to a Christian way of life.
- Fasting for the earth.
- Selma and the struggle for civil lights.
- Njegovan announces retirement as bishop of Brandon diocese.
- Education Directory.