Publishing History: The Advancing Church, established 1946, was followed by The Ottawa Diocesan News in 1948, which was in turn followed in 1978 by Crosstalk, continued in 1990 by Crosstalk and Anglican Journal/Journal Anglican
Publishing history: Algoma Quarterly, established 1874, was continued by Algoma Missionary News and Shingwauk Journal in 1876, which was in turn continued by Algoma Missionary News, 1884 to 1956. In 1956 it was superceded by the Algoma Anglican.
Literature Committee of the Diocesan Synod of Newfoundland
Publishing history: The Diocesan Magazine, established 1889, was superseded by The Newfoundland Churchman January 1959. The Newfoundland Churchman was superceded by Anglican Life in Newfoundland and Labrador as of September 2000, but the volume numbering is continuous.
Publishing History: The first issue in September 2002 was titled, The Central Interior Link: News from the Anglican parishes, but was changed to The Anglican Link: Serving hundreds of parishioners and friends across the Central Interior the second issue and kept that title. Easter 2017 was the Final print Edition of Anglican Link. Electronic publication (May 2017- )
Publishing history: The Peace Messenger, established in 1933, was superseded in 1984 by the Anglican Messenger. Continuously numbered. Anglican Messenger is published jointly by the Diocese of Edmonton and the Diocese of Athabasca. Superceded in 2000 by The Messenger.
Publishing history: The Montreal Churchman, established in 1912, was superceded by the Anglican Montreal Anglican in December 1992. Name changed to Anglican Montreal as of September 2014. Reduced publication to quarterly September 2016.