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rosaries: Robin Cuneo, writing in the Erie Times News (Pennsylvania),
comments on the growing popularity of the Anglican rosary.
Standing Commission on Episcopal Church Communications: The commission was created at General Convention 2003, and, before the committee could be convened, ECUSA launched a radically new website at http://episcopalchurch.org/. The standing commission would like your help in assessing how well this new site meets the needs of the Church. You can help in one of two ways, depending on how much or how little time you are able to spend. See http://scecc.ecusa.anglican.org/assessment/ to learn how you can participate.
Tyrant. Dictator. Heretic. Totalitarian. Revisionist. Maverick. Renegade: The Vancouver Sun profiles the Rt Revd Michael Ingham, Bishop of New Westminster.
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Minimalist music for cathedral centenary: The Guardian (London) reports on Sir John Tavener's new 'Atma Mass', which will premiere in Liverpool Cathedral on 18 July.
Visual Culture Of Wales: Medieval Vision, by Peter Lord. Published by University of Wales Press. Reviewed by Gillian Evans in the Church Times.
Wonderful Exchange: An exploration of silent prayer, by Alexander Ryrie. Reviewed by Sister Agatha Mary in the Church Times, along with Lost In Wonder: Rediscovering the spiritual art of attentiveness, by Esther de Waal and A Retreat With Henri Nouwen: Reclaiming our humanity, by Robert Durback, editor.
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