December Magazine 2018

December’s issue explores Sacred Space. We’ll hear from Elder Sylvia James on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Graham MacFarlane on the design of Anglican church buildings. We also have two pieces on the Camino de Santiago and a poem by Joanne Epp. Lastly, in via media, Michael Gilmour writes about C.S. Lewis preparing for his service in the Great War.
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