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Week of 2 September 2001

South Australia: Mitcham and Torrens Park, Parish of Mitcham (Adelaide)

Anglican/Episcopal Board on Beliefnet: The submitter's comment: 'I've enjoyed this board immensely. Very well-trafficked and a relatively broad range of viewpoints'. (AO editors had a quick look and agree.)

High Coniscliffe, St Edwin (Durham)
Mistley with Manningtree, St Mary and St Michael (Chelmsford)
Selly Park, St Stephen's Church Centre (Birmingham)
Wellingborough, St Mary The Virgin (Peterborough)

France: Grenoble, St Marc (Diocese in Europe)

News Centre
Selling the Bishop's paintings. Pierced like me. Diplomat in a dog collar. Ruth Gledhill visits Buckfast Abbey. About belief in miracles, fighting the occult, and doing business on Sunday. Richard Holloway in the news again. Church of England demands removal of a headstone. On churches visited by Queen Victoria. Tanzanian police uncover protest plot. Muslim Sheikh says that condoms are evil. Trache sues ECUSA people. +Liverpool asks to see the money. Musings on godparents, deathwatch beetles, female bishop candidates, Durham Cathedral, and the Russian Orthodox Church. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Odds and Ends
Bruce Pellegrin Art: 'Stunning reproductions of many of the church icons that are displayed at St. John's Anglican Church; St. John's Columbarium; Christ Church (Dartmouth), the Atlantic School of Theology (AST) and the Cathedral Church of All Saints, all located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada'.

Saints' Badges: Free image files of saints' badges for use on parish notice boards, letterheads, websites, and the like.

Religious Orders
Missionaries of Divine Compassion: A new order in the States, 'e
stablished to provide a place for Anglican women to live out the principles of classic religious life in the context of active ministry, with a focus on prayer, community, and mission. ... It upholds the traditional orthodox and catholic faith, which we received from Christ, as the Anglican Church has received the same'.

Dalbeattie, Christ Church (Glasgow and Galloway)

Dalmahoy, St Mary (Edinburgh)
Dumbarton, St Augustine (Glasgow and Galloway)
Edinburgh, Morningside, Christ Church (Edinburgh)
Gatehouse of Fleet, St Mary (Glasgow and Galloway)
Glasgow, Clarkston, St Aidan (Glasgow and Galloway)
Glasgow, Pollockshields, St Ninian (Glasgow and Galloway)
Kirkudbright, Grayfriars (Glasgow and Galloway)

Florida: Valrico, Holy Innocents (Southwest Florida)

Roath, St Edward's Church, Roath Parish (Llandaff)

Greece: Corfu, Holy Trinity (Europe)

Worth Noting

'The Devil's in the Detail': A review by Tim Adams in The Observer (London) of a new museum exhibit of the work of Hieronymous Bosch.

'Don't Mess With Aslan': In the New York Times, Judith Shulevitz writes that 'If Christianity is an obstacle, then the publisher of The Chronicles of Narnia has a problem. C. S. Lewis's novels are Christian through and through'.

'Homer’s Odyssey of Faith': Rachel Boulding reviews The Gospel according to The Simpsons: The spiritual life of the world’s most animated family, a new book by Mark Pinsky. in The Church Times.

'Spreading the Word': The Sunday Times (London) discusses the evolution of the English-language Bible.

'The Word Made Fresh': Yet another review, this time by Constant Mews in the Sydney Morning Herald, of the book In the Beginning: The Story of the King James Bible and How it Changed a Nation, a Language and a Culture, by Alister McGrath.

Week of 26 August 2001

New South Wales: Ashfield, St John the Baptist (Sydney)
New South Wales: Parish of Quirindi, St Alban's Anglican Church (Armidale)

Nova Scotia: Halifax, St Mark (Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island)

Educational resources
British Columbia: Victoria, St Michaels University School, an Anglican coed day and boarding school.

London, Paddington, St James Sussex Gardens (London)
Thorpe Acre, All Saints Thorpe Acre with Dishley (Leicester)

Episcopal Elections
Diocese of Washington: The date has passed for receiving names for nomination. A newly designed website has been launched for the rest of the process.

USA: Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 29 September 2001
Arts and Crafts Revival Associates Day Tour of Church Architecture
Ralph Adams Cram produced a large body of ecclesiastical and collegiate architecture in the neo-Gothic style throughout the States. There are many of his outstanding works in New England, including the Lady Chapel at Church of the Advent in Boston. This excursion is centred in Newport, Rhode Island and at All Saints' Ashmont. You'll visit Saint George's School Chapel, the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at St John the Evangelist, Emmanuel Church, and All Saints' Church for guided tours and discussion. Travel is by motor coach and refreshments and lunch are included. Donation: $42.00 per person. More info:

News Centre
A church for dogs. Dogged churchmanship. Clergy bodyguards. Chapels Royal. Conversion to Roman Catholicism. A labyrinth in Marblehead. Anguish at money cutbacks in England. Peace in Sudan. Spong in Australia. All this, and a bit more, in the News Centre.

Alabama: Jasper, St Mary (Alabama)
Alabama: Marion, St Wilfrid (Alabama)

Worth Noting
Ex-rector of All Souls to Head Churches in Europe (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
William Taylor: Let the City build tall and obscure St Paul's (The Independent)

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