November 2020 Magazine

In November’s issue, we’re meditating on All Hallows or all the saints and souls of the Church. In ‘On the saints,’ Jamie Howison reflects on the dual natures inherent in the lives of the saints, and proposes that their stories are just as present in our own communities as in the worlds of history. Christopher Trott examines the history of the Anglican mission in Canada and calls for the acknowledgment of our country’s Indigenous saints, whose stories can no longer remain untold. And, Kyla Neufeld offers a poem from her collection “The Shape of Our Life,” written during her artist residency at saint benedict’s table.

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