Vol. 142 Nbr. 3, March 2016
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- Primates censure TEC, but agree to 'walk together'.
- PWRDF sees surge in donations for refugees.
- Reimagining ministry in the pipelines.
- Diocese divests from fossil fuels, mining: ethical investing does not equal lost revenue, says Quebec bishop.
- PWRDF director to retire in May.
- United, Anglican churches see closer ties.
- 'Find the good'.
- Why the silence?
- 'Steps unto heaven'.
- Polite and pious.
- Mixed views about the marriage canon report: Theologians give their two cents' worth on commission findings.
- Church on the slopes.
- Angels attract Anglican devotees, skeptics.
- Church-sponsored Syrian refugees arrive in Port Colborne.
- The Easter story continues to unfold.
- Hiltz reflects on same-sex marriage stance.
- 'A powerful thing of humility'.
- 'Disappointed, but not at all surprised'.
- Church leaders around the world are working to fix a date for Easter.
- Primates discuss religious violence, climate change.
- Sanctions against Episcopal Church 'bring pain'.
- Anglican bishop ordinary election set for March.
- Bishop of Caledonia to retire.
- Torraville looks back on his ministry.
- The War of the Begonias.
- A call to examine the church's complicity in racism.
- Education Directory.