April Magazine 2019

April’s issue on Creative Disruptions has four articles that offer their own takes on breaking away from the norm. Heather McCance writes about how parishes that don’t have a full-time incumbent worship. Heather Birtles shares the story of a parishioner from St. Mary Magdalene whose life has seen many upheavals. Beverley Eert offers concrete actions Rupert’s Landers can take to reduce our impact on the environment. And, in via media, Jane Barter reflects on The Work of Mourning by Jaques Derrida and her own work as a “professional mourner.”
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