Publishing history: Preceded by the Monthly Letter Leaflet (1888-1893), the Letter Leaflet (Feb.1893 - Dec.1922), and the Living Message (1923 to May 1986). The Living Message renamed itself the Anglican Magazine to reflect its mandate as the national magazine for the Anglican Church of Canada. Volume numbering is continuous.
Publishing history: Known first as The English Church Railway Mission and then The Canadian Church Railway Mission. Name changed to Church News of the Month : Railway Mission Magazine (Diocese of Qu'Appelle).
Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada
In 1917, The Mission World began dedicating its February issue to the children for use in the Sunday Schools. The first issue was entitled, The Sunday School Number, and then changed to The Children's Number. When The Mission World ceased publication at the end of 1921, The Children's Number continued to be published once a year in February. This was done once a year to maintain the connection with the children and to inform them of the activities of the broader church outside of the parishes. After 1922, the name was changed to Children's World Mission.
Publishing history: Replaced the Church Record, which ran from 1830 to 1849. In 1876 the name was changed to Church Missionary Intelligencer and Record: A Monthly Record of Missionary Information. In 1893 the name was changed back to Church Missionary Intelligencer: A Monthly Journal of Missionary Information. Superceded by the Church Missionary Review in 1907.