At the ceremony, graduands from the Faculty of Divinity will receive their degrees, awarded conjointly by Trinity College and the University of Toronto. Trinity College will also confer an Honorary Fellowship upon Archbishop Colin Johnson, and an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Divinity upon Archbishop Mark MacDonald. Archbishop Colin Johnson will deliver the Convocation address.
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Trinity College will confer an Honorary Fellowship (honoris causa) upon The Most Rev’d Colin Johnson, in recognition of his long and distinguished leadership in the Anglican Church of Canada and the wider global Anglican Communion, and his championing of many important initiatives for the Diocese of Toronto; for his generous mentorship of seminarians and of students in the Faculty of Divinity of Trinity College, where he is an esteemed and respected graduate and member of the community.
The Most Rev’d Colin Johnson is the former Anglican Metropolitan of Ontario and Archbishop of Toronto and Moosonee.
Trinity College will confer a Doctor of Divinity (honoris causa) upon The Most Rev’d Mark MacDonald, in recognition of his significant leadership to both the Anglican Church of Canada and the World Council of Churches; as well as for his service, following the publication of the TRC report, in building relations between indigenous and settler peoples, and promoting the implementation of the report’s Calls to Action.
The Most Rev’d Mark MacDonald is the National Indigenous Anglican Archbishop.