james-smith-cree-nation-to-host-the-archbishop-of-canterbury

By Brody Ratcliffe Global News

Posted April 28, 2022 9: 37 pm

The tri-communities of James Smith Cree Nation will host the Archbishop of Canterbury this weekend.

Rev. Justin Welby, the head of the Anglican Church can be heading to the Bernard Fixed Group College from 9 a.m to 4 p.m on Saturday.

He’ll be joined by Chakastaypasin Band of the Cree Nation and Peter Chapman Band.

“A fundamental reason of this consult with is this skill that reality to repent and atone for where our relationships

and actions maintain accomplished more damage than true” says Welby, “and to honour the sovereignty of Indigenous

communities.

“The consult with is in point of fact a likelihood to listen, to lament and to pray for justice, healing and transformation within the relationship between the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island and the Arctic, and the Scrutinize of Canterbury and the Church of England.”

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The community occasion will consist of a pipe ceremony, honour song, opening prayer/discovering out of the

Gospel, welcoming remarks, blessing of the meals, lunch, a drum physique of workers and dance, speeches by

dignitaries, myth sharing by residential college survivors, and a community tour, ending with a

supper.

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