The harvest is plentiful

Decolonizing the archives

This year the archives will begin a long-term project of decolonizing its finding aids. These keys to the collection can contain dated language. Combing through ...

Thank you, Padre

In one of the parishes I served in this Diocese of Islands and Inlets, I was honoured to get to know Douglas Kendell. Dougie, as ...

Let’s talk faith and justice

How to use podcasting to have public conversations about theology   For over a year, Boston Laferté and I dreamed about producing a podcast featuring themes ...

Behaving not believing

When Christians encounter people from other traditions, they are often inclined to ask, in a spirit of curiosity, “What do you believe?” This might seem ...

Concepts of love

Love is a wonderous thing. It expands our horizons and fills us with joy. It also encourages us to reach out to others, to give ...

The visit

Suppertime in the residence, the corridors relatively quiet. This is the hour between the coming and going of visitors. The staff are under less pressure; ...

Embrace Discovery — an online pre-Lenten retreat for men

Join us on Feb. 7, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and then 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. AST for an enlightening online pre-Lenten retreat ...

The listening society

On March 1 and 2, renowned sociologist and political scientist Hartmut Rosa will keynote the G. Peter Kaye Lecture hosted by the Vancouver School of ...

Naomi Racz returns as editor

This issue (February 2024) sees the return of Naomi Racz as the editor of Faith Tides. Naomi spent 2023 on maternity leave, having welcomed a ...

Letter to the editor (February 2024)

Dear Editor, I enjoyed reading your extensive article on the Anglo-Catholic dimension of our faith (Pressing forward — High Church Anglicanism in print and practice, ...

Bishop's Column

The harvest is plentiful

“The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few” (Matthew 9:37)   It has been such a joy to begin 2024 with the very happy news ...

“That all children of God live in safety”

While our secular culture today likes to leave the baby Jesus at the manger and go shopping on Boxing Day, for the Church, the night ...

Be present and celebrate

Words are not enough. We are coming again to that time in the church year when we celebrate the Word that becomes flesh and dwells ...

Reflections

The visit

Suppertime in the residence, the corridors relatively quiet. This is the hour between the coming and going of visitors. The staff are under less pressure; ...

My Journey

“Falling in love with God” — monasticism in the 21st century

In anticipation of Brother James Koester’s visit to the diocese to host a workshop for the clergy this December, Faith Tides had the pleasure to ...
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