October Magazine 2018

October’s issue explores Criminal Justice. With an article from Hannah Foulger, about the death of Errol Greene at the Remand Centre, and an interview with Julie Collings, about her experiences volunteering as a spiritual care provider in prison, we’re hoping to bring to light some of the problems in Canada’s criminal justice system. And, we’ll hear from two parishes who are involved with prison ministry.
We also have an update on the Kasaka Water Project, and, in via media, Bryan Neufeld wrestles with the work of Friedrich Nietzsche.
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