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The Canadian Friend: Quaker News and Thought
"Sister Anna from Northern Ireland"
"Sister Anna is an Anglican nun, serving the people of Northern Ireland with unswerving devotion.
"She spoke with tolerance and deep understanding of the tragic dichotomy of Protestant (non-Roman Catholic) and Catholic. She told many deeply moving stories of life in Belfast. Finally, she told us of Lagan College—a secondary school which she and others began in 1981 with $72 and a promise from the Rowntree Foundation.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
from the Editors
Health care: can it really be bought?
Kenneth E. Bemis III
Praying for ourselves and others
Anne M. Morin
Giving up the earth-weight of anger
Humility in a berry patch
Clifford Kapps Eriksen
Lucia Johnson Leith
A lesson from Dothan
Richard C. Bergenheim
Christian healing and the overcoming of fear
William E. Moody
In 1953 I was hired to work for an aircraft company
Lydia V. Carlsen
One December a number of years ago I was called into...
L. Granville Black, Jr.
I had gone to the dentist for regular checkups ever since I...
Carol Ann Lawson
One day when I was in second grade I went to a friend's...
Tabitha Anne Boyd with contributions from Sharon L. Reilly Boyd