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Anglicans Online last updated 20 August 2000
on the 'O' Antiphons, by JM Neale (Project Canterbury): See
sermons XLV, XLVI, and XLVII.
Society of Mary: A devotional society, with a worldwide membership, founded in England in 1931. The website provides a wealth of information.
Ex-Soldier, Now a Bishop, Deals With Blood on His Hands: In the New York Times series on the 10 Commandments, Bishop George Packard, Bishop Suffragan for Armed Services of the Episcopal Church in the USA, reflects on his experience in the Vietnam War.
For churches, births and rebirths: David W. Dunlap writes for The New York Times about the restoration and renovation of church buildings.
Girl meets God: Memoir of a spiritual journey. Dale Neal writes in the Citizen-Times (Asheville, North Carolina) about Lauren Winner's conversion to Anglicanism.
A nurturing place on the border of despair: Lee Lawrence writes in the Christian Science Monitor about life at the Theodore Schellner School in Jordan.
Reconciling the helplessness and the humanity of the baby Jesus: Peter Steinfels, writing in The New York Times, reviews the Christmas Tryptych as theology rather than just art.
Size matters: Rachel Harden, writing in the Church Times, notes that recent research indicates that large churches attract more new members than smaller churches.
the Jesus story back to basics: Giles Fraser, writing originally
for The Guardian but published here in The Sydney Morning Herald,
argues that the Christmas Story is supposed to be disruptive,
on the 'O' Antiphons, by JM Neale (Project Canterbury): See sermons XLV, XLVI, and XLVII.
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Canterbury finds itself a startling new voice: A N Wilson, writing in The Telegraph, reviews the poetry of Rowan Williams and likes what he sees.
Christmas message from the Archbishop of Canterbury: Available in seven languages.
Is 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.
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