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Friday
Nov062009

Truro’s 6-million dollar woman

PARISHIONERS used to remember Helen White as the kindly little old lady who sat in the sixth or seventh pew from the front. Now they’ll be able to remember her for much more.

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Tuesday
Sep292009

Search team hopes to find 510-year-old Nfld. church

Newfoundland Site may be oldest Christian site in New World

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Tuesday
Sep292009

Doctrine of Discovery denounced

The Anglican Church of Canada's National Indigenous Bishop says formally renouncing the Doctrine of Discovery -- the historic legal claim underlying the conquest of the New World by Anglo-Italian sailor John Cabot and other early European explorers -- "is a matter of basic justice" for the First Nations dispossessed by the royal pronouncement.

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Tuesday
Sep292009

Most Ob/Gyns in Canada Don't Do Abortions, Survey Finds

A survey of Canada's obstetricians and gynaecologists has found that more than half do not perform abortions, and more than half of these doctors do not do them due to their personal beliefs, reports the Medical Post. Though inconclusive, the survey's results are "encouraging," said one pro-life leader.

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Tuesday
Sep292009

Cursillo to continue within ACNA under new name

In April the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church of Canada decided "with regret" that members of the Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC) should not be given permission to exercise a leadership role in the Cursillo Movement of the ACC. However, a group of Cursillo leaders from the Anglican Church in North America, of which ANiC is a part, have created a new organization, know as Anglican 4thDay, to continue the Cursillo training and traditions.

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