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Anglicans Online last updated 20 August 2000
The Diocese of Sydney: The Sydney Morning Herald has a large feature on the candidates for the election of the next Archbishop. The Election Synod will meet from June 4 to 8 to elect the new Archbishop of Sydney.
Not in the Communion
The holy island ground: Inis Cealtra, or Holy Island, in Ireland's County Clare, is home to remarkable church buildings and monuments. Eileen Battersby of the Irish Times writes about her visit to one of Ireland's most peaceful monastic sites.
Is God in the genome? Shane Green writes in The Age (Melbourne) about genetic encoding of the soul.
Knocking on heaven's door: Nancy Banks-Smith reviews in the Guardian (London) a new BBC television mystery that could have been solved more quickly by people familiar with the lives of the saints.
The Story of Hannah Riddell and Hansen's Disease, by the Reverend Timothy Nakayama: An Anglicans Online special.
Anglican Youthworks: Part of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. A comprehensive site that provides 'ready-to-use Religious Education lesson plans, Bible and ministry resources, training workshops and courses and camps and conferences developed by our team of trained Advisers'.
Brotherhood of St Laurence: 'A welfare
agency in Melbourne, Australia tackling the causes and effects of poverty by providing practical services and advocating through independent
research, policy development and social action'.
Odds and Ends
'The Beginnings of Gothic Revival in New Jersey: Two fascinating churches were built in 1845, both Episcopal. One marks the end of a tradition, the other a beginning; neither church is well known, except to architectural historians, but both deserve to be'.
'Trend-spotter says cultural changes are clues to people's needs': The Daily Tennessean reports on just what the Reverend Richard Kew sees in ECUSA's future. Is it spot on?
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