2 February 2003
I Praise You! 150 Little Psalms in Song
A new book from Apex Publishing Services contains
teaching tips and links to Psalms-related articles,
sermons, websites, books, and music.
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Elections or Announcements
The Rt Revd Douglas Blackwell, Suffragan Bishop of Toronto, is retiring 30 April. Most Revd Terence E. Finlay, Archbishop of Toronto,
has called an Electoral Synod for Saturday 26 April. Full story here.
the Psalm of the week: For those of you
who can't see a note and know what to sing,
this site was created by Jonathan Malton at
St John the Evangelist in Kitchener, Ontario,
to help you learn the chant. Midi organ plays
all four parts individually or as you'll hear
the Psalm of the week: (see Liturgical entry)
New Plymouth, St
Mary Pro-Cathedral (Waikato)
dean in squabble again.
Canadian dioceses start paying reparations.
'In God we trust'.
Zimbabwe asks for help from Cape Town bishop.
Rally for peace at famous US church. All
this, and a bit more, in the News Centre.
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Listen to the women: Kathy Galloway, writing in the Sunday Herald, discusses
'the blindness at the heart of Christian history'.
in space: The Jerusalem Post reports on the efforts of Ilan Ramon
to determine when the Sabbath began, and to say the Kidush without wine.