The author an Anglican priest in the diocese of Toronto writes about his distress at reading the comments in the March 2009 editorial "comparing the work of youth ministry and the work of diocesan archivists". "In my experience of working with archivists at the diocesan and national levels, I have met individuals who deeply care not only about the sacred trust of being stewards of our church's documentary heritage. I have experienced people whose work deeply assists in the working through of current issues in the life of church (especially with respect to making right our legacy over residential schools, disputes of property) and who are deeply concerned with how stewardship of the knowledge of our past will direct us faithfully in our proclamation of the gospel to future generations. Both archivists and our youth ministries are to be commended, thanked, and upheld in our prayers, not played off against each other as scapegoats. The body of Christ has many members each with their own unique gifts and purpose".