The Berean was a weekly church newspaper edited by the Rev. C.L.F. Haensel with a unique flavour with emphasis on the doctrine of justification by faith and missionary topics. It was also "... the principle church chronicler of the terrible cholera epidemic of 1847, and of the heroic manner in which the clergy of the Church of England, and those of other Christian bodies, met the crisis." Millman, p.6
The Canadian Church Magazine and Mission News, June 1887 to 1902, (formerly Our Mission News, established July 1886) was published by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society. It was followed by New Era in 1903 to 1913 under the MSCC.
Scope and Content
Microfilm consists of :
Reel 9 - Canadian Church Magazine and Mission News, 1886-1900
Reel 10 - Canadian Church Magazine and Mission News, 1900-1902
The Canadian Churchman was founded as The Dominion Churchman in 1875 by Frank Wootten, he changed the name to Canadian Churchman in 1890, bought out the Church Evangelist in 1898, and the Church Record in 1903 all of which were acknowledged in the masthead as they were taken over. The name changed to Anglican Journal in 1989.