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Letters to Anglicans Online
A People's World: Alternatives to economic globalisation,
by John Madeley, Published by Zed Books
Contemporary Images of Christ: The Cathedral of St Paul in London has opened a major new exhibit that is the first in a linked series of different events that will take place in six cathedrals throughout Britain in 2004. Click here for news coverage.
Gift choices prove Magi were women: Willy Trolove, writing in the New Zealand Herald, pokes fun at one of the more widely-publicised segments of the recent General Synod of the Church of England.
Njoka case has another dimension: Kingori Choto, writing in The Nation (Nairobi) discusses cultural background issues related to the pay-for-prayer charges against the Bishop of Nairobi.
Standing Commission on Episcopal Church Communications: The commission was created at General Convention 2003, and, before the committee could be convened, ECUSA launched a 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. The deadline is 5 March 2004.
The most Christian of virtues: In the Philadelphia Inquirer Walter Cronkite reflects on the upcoming US Presidential elections and the Christian virtues that seem to be missing so far and that should be central to this, and (by extension) to many conflicts.
Times and Seasons: Working drafts for Lent: The Church of England published some of its latest drafts from 'Times and Seasons', a forthcoming Common Worship book. Drafts relating to Lent, Holy Week and Easter are available in PDF format on the website of a voluntary body, Praxis. Another version is available here, with links to the CofE draft noted above, as well as a version in Rich Text Format. Using any word processor, you can format this to fit your requirements.
and Albertina Sisulu: In our lifetime,
by Elinor Sisulu Published by Abacus,
reviewed by Trevor Grundy.
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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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