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What's New This Week

ALL THE NEW URLS we receive each week are here. We list two (sometimes three) weeks' worth, cycling the old ones off each week. As they disappear from this page, you'll find the links moved to their natural home categories in our resource pages.s

If you can't find something that was once here, you can look in our archives or try the AO search engine. It searches our entire site, and it can also search all of the sites that we link to.

Week of 18 November 2001

Advent Resources
Advent links from St Luke, Gondola Point, in the Diocese of Fredericton in New Brunswick, Canada.

NSW: Moruya, Parish of Moruya (Canberra and Goulburn)
NSW: Young District, Young District Ministry (Canberra and Goulburn)
Western Australia: Mount Claremont, St Michael and All Angels (Perth)
Victoria: Beaumaris, St Michael and All Angels (Melbourne)

Ontario: Don Mills, Our Saviour
Ontario: Sudbury, Ascension (Algoma)

Education and Ministries
Roaring Lambs: St Luke, Gondola Point, in the Diocese of Fredericton in New Brunswick, Canada, has developed an extensive home-study adult education programme.

Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury, Long Crendon with Chearsley and Nether Winchendon (Oxford)
Dorset, Bournemouth, St Stephen (Winchester)
Dorset, Canford Cliffs, Transfiguration (Salisbury)
London, Chiswick, St Michael and All Angels (London)

Episcopal Elections
The Diocese of Washington has announced its list of nominees for diocesan bishop.

The Diocese of Brisbane has announced the election of the Rt Revd Dr Phillip Aspinall as the next Archbishop of Brisbane. The Brisbane newspaper published this article about him.

Bishops in England aren't elected, but sometimes we note them here anyway. The Church Times reports that the British Government has announced that the new Bishop of Bath & Wells is to be the Rt Revd Peter Price, Area Bishop of Kingston, in Southwark diocese. The British newspaper The Telegraph has reported that the involvement of the government in the selection of bishops, required by law since 1534, may change.

News Centre
Clergy threatened by violent middle class. ECUSA bishop for Europe consecrated. Diocese of Venezuela to leave Anglican Communion. Christians in Iraq. Columnists write about good and evil. New archbishop elected in Brisbane. More on church schools. More on the demographics of churchgoers. New primate of the Southern Cone. Church of England having a Synod. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Positions open
The Episcopal Church in the USA (ECUSA) is seeking an Administrative Deputy to the Chief Operating Officer. See This web page lists no email contact; perhaps ECUSA does not often think about the Internet as a means of contact.

St Michael and All Angels church in Savannah, Georgia, USA is looking for a youth minister. The church has no web site, but interested parties can contact the rector, the Revd William M Brock, at (912) 354-7230.

Florida: Homestead, St John (Southeast Florida)
Georgia: Fort Valley, St Andrew (Atlanta)
New York: Brooklyn, St Philip, Dyker Heights (Long Island)
New York: Brooklyn, Calvary and St Cyprian (Long Island)
New York: Brooklyn Heights, Grace (Long Island)
New York: Locust Valley, St John of Lattingtown (Long Island)
New York: Westbury, Advent (Long Island)

Florida: Homestead, St John's School
North Carolina: Asheville, Christ School

Hong Kong: St Thomas (Western Kowloon)

India: Church of North India

Worth Noting
Divine young woman a winner: A profile in The Advertiser (Adelaide) of Alison Andrew, the youngest female priest in South Australia.

Week of 11 November 2001

Canadian Anglican history: A comprehensive and useful web site developed by Professor Alan Hayes of Wycliffe College, University of Toronto.

Bracknell: Bracknell Team Ministry (Oxford)

England: London, 12-15 November
The Church of England General Synod meets this week. The official synod page and the Church Times daily updates will both be useful resources, the latter, perhaps, more timely for regular daily updates on what happens. Peter Owen will report for AO as usual, after the session is over.

News Centre
Children's writers and their innocence. Flaws in fundamentalism. Feud in Dublin. New York Times notices the Episcopal Church. People express dislike for church schools. Remembrance day. Prince of Wales attacks modern prayer book. Archbishop and Rabbi refuse to sign pledge on Islam. Anglican women in Nigeria demand apology. Mitosis in Kenya. Sydney moves again on lay presidency. ABC says conflict in Afghanistan is necessary. Online church sees prayers go unanswered. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Theological Resources
Pain and Integrity: reform from within, 'an essay about the tensions between the academy and the church, when the pursuit of truth is taken from the academy to the church', by Andrew Furlong, the dean of the Cathedral of Meath and Kildare.

Arkansas: Little Rock, St Margaret (Arkansas)
Virginia: Charlottesville, Christ (Virginia)
Virginia: Ashburn, Holy Spirit (Virginia)
Virginia: Richmond, Emmanuel, Brook Hill (Virginia)
Wisconsin: Mequon, St Boniface (Milwaukee)

Educational resources
The Episcopal Church at Princeton University (Note: This site returns to the web after a long absence.)

Worth Noting
The metaphysician strikes back: Patsy McGarry, writing in the Irish Times, delves further into that controversial interview with Cardinal Desmond Connell for a book about the Irish soul, in which he says Church tradition existed before Scripture.

Time to tame the fanatics: Khalid Mahmud, writing in Dawn (Pakistan's largest English-language newspaper) argues that it is time for Bahawalpur and Pakistan to deal with the religious fanatics there.

Sacred mysteries: Christopher Howse reflects in The Telegraph, in his weekly column, on a new book, Truth in Aquinas, which asserts that only belief in transubstantiation can make sense of the world as interpreted by post-modernist eyes.

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