The Anglican Journal has existed since 1875. Last year the Journal celebrated 140 years of covering the news for Canadian Anglicans. Unlike the Episcopal News Service, the Anglican Journal proudly maintains an editorial autonomy, in spite of being an official publication of the ACoC. In years past, the Anglican Journal has been given access to the documents provided online to the members of the Council of General Synod prior to it meetings. This month the Secretary of General Synod, Archdeacon Michael Thompson, took the decision not to provide the documents to the Journal.
Day: March 19, 2016
Notes hidden for 500 years in the first Latin Bible printed in England by the printer to Henry VIII lead historian to surmise that the English Reformation was a gradual process over a long period of years.
More than 2000 voices are joined with the 360 strong Mormon Tabernacle Choir to electronically create the largest virtual choral rendition of the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah. Recorded in the historic Salt Lake Tabernacle on Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City UT.
Once upon a time there was a man and wife and who were expecting a baby. They had to make a trip to another town to take part in a census, but when they got there, there wasn’t any place for them to stay. They ended up in a stable and their baby boy was […]