Originally published in the Toronto StarThu., Oct. 24, 2019 Last Sunday my life changed forever. In Christ’s Church Cathedral in Hamilton, the mother church of the Anglican diocese of Niagara, Bishop Susan Bell laid hands on me, and through her episcopal authority ordained me into holy orders. I began the day as one thing, ended…

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Originally published in MacleansDec 12, 2019 I was ordained in the Anglican Church of Canada on October 20th. It was the culmination of five years of consideration and work, three years of a Masters of Divinity degree at Trinity College, University of Toronto, and more reading, church work, and prayer than I thought possible. But…

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Originally published in The Walrus, Updated 14:17, Jan. 7, 2020 | Published 12:14, Jan. 6, 2020 LAST OCTOBER, a Toronto Catholic school board subcommittee passed a motion to update the board’s code of conduct but refused to include protections for gender identity, gender expression, and marital and family status. The trustees inserted a statement affirming, in part,…

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By Michael Coren, originally publishes in the Toronto Star, Mon., Jan. 6, 2020 Twitter can be a wonderful and fascinating venue, but also a dark and unpleasant one. It empowers the good as well as the malicious, giving voice to those who want to make the world a better place, and those who thrive on other…

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