September Magazine 2018

September’s issue is on Work. We have articles from Bishop Don on the telos of the Church, Jamie Howison on the season of Ordinary Time, and Kurt Armstrong on the time he worked at a photo store. We’ll also introduce you to Theo Robinson, a transgender, theological student at St. Luke’s. And, in via media, Jane Barter offers insights into the work of Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben.
Download the pdf, or read it in Issuu below.


Keep on reading...


Dismantling Anti-Black Racism in the Diocese of Rupert’s Land

Header Photo: Shreyas Kakad This is an incomplete segment of an ongoing piece on the Black Anglicans of Rupert’s Land, Diocese of Rupertsland chapter and

September 2023: Fruits of the Spirit

What would a society based on the fruits of the spirit look like? What kind of vulnerability and courage would it take to let go

What Do You Believe?: Prison Abolition and the Quaker Tradition

Header Photo: Markus Spiske By: John Samson Fellows An earlier version of this article was originally published in Quaker Concern by Canadian Friends Service Committee.
Skip to content