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This page last updated 20 July 2003
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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 major sites to which we link.


Week of 20 July 2003

Canada
Alberta: Calgary, St Laurence (Calgary)
Manitoba: Winnipeg, St Bartholomew (Rupert's Land)
All New Brunswick parishes are in the Diocese of Fredericton

New Brunswick: Bloomfield, Christ Church (Parish of Central Kings)
New Brunswick: Hillsborough St Mary (Parish of Sunny Brae - Hillsborough - Riverside/Albert)
New Brunswick:
Lancaster, Good Shepherd (Parish of Lancaster)
New Brunswick: Lower Norton,
Ascension (Parish of Central Kings)
New Brunswick: Moncton, St Andrews (Parish of Sunny Brae - Hillsborough - Riverside/Albert)
New Brunswick: Moncton, St James (Parish of St James)
New Brunswick: Riverside/Albert, St Alban (Parish of Sunny Brae - Hillsborough - Riverside/Albert)
New Brunswick: Springfield, Trinity (Parish of Central Kings)

England
Cathedrals
Peterborough, Peterborough Cathedral, Peterborough

Parishes
Hamsey Green, St Antony (Southwark)
Riddlesdown, St Edmund (Southwark)
Sandersead, All Saints (Southwark)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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New Zealand
Addington, St Mary (Christchurch)

News Centre
Sex scandal in Church of England. God said to want gay priests. Many skeptical. US General Convention nears. News Centre terrified. Bishop of Malaita appeals for help. Church of England Synod is over. Knitted last supper in Worcester. Iraqi archbishop thanks Church of England. Sydney Anglicans criticize Uniting Church. Jeffrey John writes to his local newspaper. Australian Methodists and Anglicans talk. Church governance changes proposed for England. Stress over a new sexuality document. New Primate in Uganda. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Official Publications
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USA

Parishes
Arizona: Apache Junction, Church of the Transfiguration (Arizona)
Arizona: Green Valley, St Francis-in-the-Valley (Arizona)
Arizona: Mesa, St Mark (Arizona)
Arizona: Morenci, Sts Phillip and James (Arizona)
Arizona: Nogales, St Andrew (Arizona)
Arizona: Paradise Valley, Ascension (Arizona)
Arizona: Prescott, St Luke (Arizona)
Arizona: Safford, All Saints (Arizona)
Arizona: Scottsdale, St Barnabas on the Desert (Arizona)
Arizona: Sedona, St Andrew (Arizona)
Arizona: Sierra Vista, St Stephen (Arizona)
Arizona: Sun City, All Saints of the Desert (Arizona)
Arizona: Sun City, St Christopher (Arizona)
Indiana: South Bend, Holy Trinity (Northern Indiana)
Michigan: Alpena, Trinity (Eastern Michigan)
New Jersey: Salem, St John (New Jersey)
Virginia: Colonial Heights, St Michael (Southern Virginia)

Schools
South Carolina: Porter-Gaud School, Charleston. Kindergarten - Grade 12 with ties to Episcopal church.
South Carolina: All Saints' Episcopal Day School, Florence. Pre-K through Grade Six.
South Carolina: Christ Church Episcopal School, Greenville. Kindergarten - Grade 12.

Vacancies Centre
Go ahead: list a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO for free. Seeking a position? Scan vacancies on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

Wales
Cathedrals
St Woolos Cathedral, Monmouth

Worth Noting
Ancient manuscript online: The BBC reports that a 12th-century manuscript featuring the tale of a liaison between one of Britain's early feminists and a monk has been reproduced on the internet.

Anglicans at war: Stephen Bates, writing in The Tablet, broods about the goings-on in the Anglican church, from a Roman Catholic point of view.

Explaining the archbishop: Peter Cornwell, writing in The Tablet, reviews Rupert Shortt's new book, Rowan Williams: an introduction.


Week of 13 July 2003

Associations and Guilds
Immaculate Heart of Mary: A new group (Ward) in the American branch of the Society of Mary, a devotional society founded in the UK in 1931.

Australia
Cathedrals
New South Wales: Grafton, Cathedral Church of Christ the King
New South Wales: Armidale, Cathedral Church of St Peter
New South Wales: Bathurst, All Saints Cathedral

Parishes
New South Wales: Parkes, Parish of Parkes and Peak Hill (Bathurst)

Canada
Ontario: Toronto (North York), St Theodore of Canterbury (Toronto)
Ontario: Port Sydney, Christ Church (Algoma)

England
Boyne Hill, All Saints (Oxford) (Note: A Grade 1 listed church designed by Victorian architect George Edmund Street.)
Bromley, St Mary (Rochester)
East Ardsley, St Michael with St Gabriel (Wakefield)
Harpenden, St John (St Albans)
Worcester, All Saints (Worcester)

Episcopal Elections or Announcements
The Church of Uganda
The Church of Uganda announces that the Rt Revd Henry Orombi has been elected to replace outgoing Archbishop of Uganda, the Most Revd Livingstone Mpalanyi-Nkoyoyo. Details here.

Episcopal Church in the USA
The Diocese of Kansas (USA) has elected the Revd Dean E Wolfe as bishop coadjutor of the Diocese of Kansas. Details here.

Letters to Anglicans Online
Have a look. Or write a letter of your own to us for possible publication.

New Zealand
Blenheim, St Christopher (Nelson)

News Centre
Synod in the Church of England. Much consequent doings in York. Wales enthrones a primate. Australian church poised for gay clergy. Wrap-up on Jeffrey John. Australian code about sex and conduct. Australian church repels bride and groom. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Louisiana: Baton Rouge, St James (Louisiana) Has associated school, listed in Schools.
Louisiana: Zachary, St Patrick (Louisiana)

General Convention
This every-three-years gathering of the largest legislative body in the world takes place in Minneapolis, Minnesota from 29 July to 8 August. We've developed a special section for it and will be updating it frequently (probably daily during General Convention itself).

Would you like to get an idea of the issues that clerical and lay deputies and bishops are discussing? You can eavesdrop on the official email list for members of General Convention. Details here.

Schools
Louisiana: St James Episcopal Day School. Pre-kindergarten through fifth grade.
Louisiana: Episcopal School. College preparatory pre-kindergarten through high school. Admission preference given to Anglicans or children thereof.

Vacancies Centre
List a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO for free.
Seeking a position? Scan vacancies on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

Wales
Coity, St Mary (Llandaff)

Nolton, St Mary (Llandaff)

World
Malaysia
Penang, St George (West Malaysia)

Worth Noting
Church weddings on decline: Vijay Dutt, writing in the Hindustan Times, reports that the 10 top venues for getting married in London do not include Churches.

Monks break silence with CD: The BBC reports that an order of Irish Benedictine monks, traditionally drawn to a life of prayer and silence, are releasing a recording of Gregorian chants.

The rise of Western Christendom: Michael Dirda, writing in the Washington Post, reviews the new second edition of Peter Brown's famous book.


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