Week of 15 December 2002
Our collection of links and resources.
on the 'O' Antiphons, by JM Neale (Project Canterbury): See sermons XLV, XLVI, and XLVII.
stained-glass window Advent calendar from Grace Cathedral (San Francisco) with audio
clips, articles and books.
Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament: This is the oldest devotional society in the Anglican Communion with branches in the UK and
Journal of an Episcopalian Missionary's Tour to Green Bay,
1834: A glimpse into a missionary priest's travels in the US midwest the year before he was consecrated 'Bishop of the Northwest',
his diocese encompassing Missouri, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska.
Bloomsbury, St George (London)
Kirkstall, St Stephen (Ripon and Leeds)
London, St Augustine (London)
Episcopal Elections or Announcements
Church in Wales: The Church in Wales elected a new Bishop of Monmouth, the Right Reverend Edward William Murray (Dominic) Walker, currently
Bishop of Reading. Details here.
Greece: Athens, Greater Athens Anglican Chaplaincy (Diocese in Europe)
BBC One: Thursday, 19 December 10:35 pm-11:20 pm (GMT)
The Richard Dimbleby Lecture: 'In his first public speech,
two weeks after taking office as the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams argues the case for morality and religion in the
market driven world in which we live. A world where, he argues, it seems that even Governments have little power compared to multi-national
companies. The Dimbleby Lecture is an annual event dedicated
to the memory of the famous broadcaster Richard Dimbleby'. It appears that earlier lectures are available for download. We hope this
will be the case with Abp Williams's.
Australian priest injured in church collapse. Methodists and angels. Church choir in Uganda. General Synod in Melanesia. Santa Claus
asserts his existence. US Anglican Congress meets in Atlanta. New conservative group issues condemnation. All this, and more, in
the News Centre.
Not in the Communion
St Andrew Theological College and Seminary : Associated with the Orthodox Anglican Communion.
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finds itself a startling new voice: A N Wilson, writing in The Telegraph, reviews the poetry of Rowan Williams and likes what
message from the Archbishop of Canterbury: Available in seven languages.
the Pope Catholic? Gerald Warner, writing in The Spectator, argues that perhaps the reason for the current meltdown in the Roman
Catholic church is that John Paul II is scandalously liberal.