The author lives in "Peguis First Nation, Manitoba" and comments on the effect of "finding 215 unmarked graves in a Roman Catholic-run residential" on the recommendations from Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission "that there be healing, forgiveness, grace, and working together to bring meaningful change". "There are even implications for the written texts we use -- for example, in the Apostles' Creed. Part of it reads, 'I believe in the Holy Spirit, and in the holy catholic Church'. The creed was written in A.D. 341 in Rome, when 'catholic' meant the Christian church as a whole, but I know, as a residential school survivor, that many of us, would not want to repeat those words, regardless of any explanation of their meaning. .... We know what happened in the Roman Catholic residential school in Kamloops, B.C. How the Anglican church approaches this will determine the future relationships it will have with the Indigenous community across the country. It is noted that some Protestant churches in saying the same creed use the words, 'the holy Christian church'".