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What's New This Week

ALL THE NEW URLS we receive each week are here. We list two (sometimes three) weeks’ worth, cycling the old ones off each week. As they disappear from this page, you'll find the links moved to their natural home categories in our resource pages.

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Week of 4 April 2004

Holy Week resources
Our collection of links.

New South Wales: Bayview, (Sydney) Loquat Valley School. Pre-school through Year 6.

British Columbia: Prince George, Grace Church (Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior, formerly Cariboo)
British Columbia: Prince George, St Michael and All Angels (Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior, formerly Cariboo)
New Brunswick: Edmundston, St Paul's United and St John the Baptist (New Brunswick)

Bearwood, Bearwood (Salisbury)
Branksome Park, All Saints (Salisbury)
Bridport, Bridport Team Ministry: St Swithun, Holy Trinity in Bothenhampton and Bradpole, St Mary in Bridport and Walditch, St John (Salisbury)
Corfe Mullen, St Hubert (Salisbury)
Holy Rood - Wool, Wool Chapel, Bindon Chapel (Salisbury)
Lytchett Minster, Parish of Lytchett Minster with Upton: Lychett Minster and St Dunstan (Salisbury)
Poole, St Mary, Longfleet (Salisbury)
Salisbury, Parish of St Thomas: St Thomas and St Edmund (Salisbury)
Savernake, Savernake Team Parish: St Katherine, St Mary, and St Michael (Salisbury)
Stalbridge, Stalbridge parish churches: St Peter in Purse Caundle and Stourton Caundle, St Barnabas, and St Mary (Salisbury)
Studley, St John (Salisbury)
West Parley, St Mark (Salisbury)
Yetminster, Wriggle Valley Benefice: St Andrew in Yetminster and Leigh, St Mary Magdalene, St Peter in Hermitage and Chetnole,
Hilfield, Ryme Intrinseca (Salisbury)

Bishop Pierre Whalon thinks the shade of the late bishop James Pike has something to say to ECUSA's House of Bishops. In his new essay Thought, Love, and Bishops; or the Ghost of James Pike, +Pierre writes about just what Pike can teach us. Read it here.

USA: New York City, 16 April 2004: The Future of the Anglican Communion
Mary Tanner OBE, one of the leading ecumenical theologians in the Church of England, speaks at General Theological Seminary.

Culmore, Culmore Parish Churches: Holy Trinity, Muff and St Peter (Derry)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Nigerian primate denounces US church again. Power struggles in Pakistan. English diocese ponders see change. Diocese reports drop in donations. Church and state in Australia and Sudan. State and Church in Kenya. Sydney priests must reveal sexual history. Rowan Williams lectures about atheism. Nigerians said only to pretend to be religious. English bishop decries US unilateralsim. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Parish Resources
Avon Silversmith, Ltd. Based in the UK's 'famous Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham', these silversmiths provide chalices of the highest quality and are happy to ship abroad.

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Texas: Bedford, St Vincent Episcopal Cathedral Church, Fort Worth

California: Cupertino, The Anglican Student Koinonia (campus ministry at De Anza College)
California: Martinez, Grace Church (California)
California: San Gabriel, Our Saviour (Los Angeles)
Massachusetts: Great Barrington, St James (Western Massachusetts)
New York: Adirondack Mission: St Paul, St Christopher, St Barbara, and Good Shepherd (Albany)
North Carolina: Lake James, St Paul (Western North Carolina)
Texas: Lubbock, St Stephen, (Northwest Texas)

Vacancies Centre
Three new vacancies listed this week.
You can 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.

Worth Noting
'Analysing Atheism; Unbelief and the world of Faiths': Keynote address delivered by Archbishop Rowan Williams at the Building Bridges Conference, Georgetown University, Washington, DC on 29 March 2004.

Catholicism: The story of Catholic Christianity by Gerald O. Collins and Mario Farruggia. Published by OUP and reviewed here by The Very Revd Dr David Edwards.

The changing face of the clergy: Peter Smith, writing in the Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky) discusses the changing demographics of clergy in the United States.

The Conciliatrist Tradition: Constitutionalism in the Catholic Church 1300-1870. By Francis Oakley, published by OUP and reviewed by Prebendary Paul Avis.

The Dwelling of the Light: Praying with icons of Christ by +Rowan Williams. Published by Canterbury Press and reviewed here by Dr Geoffrey Rowell.

In Search of a Mass: Saskia Sissons write in the Tablet [you may well have to fill out a free subscription form] asking "Should Catholics be like consumers, shopping around for the right liturgy? One young mother, returning to the Church, did so, with an unexpected result.

Modelling the way: the Powys/Wright dialogue: The Revd Nigel Wright, a gay priest, and 'an opponent of homosexual practice', Archdeacon David Powys, discuss with Roland Ashby the issue of homosexuality with reference to a collection of essays on the subject: Faithfulness in Fellowship: A Study Guide, by the Doctrine Commission of the Anglican Church of Australia.

Week of 28 March 2004

Lenten and Holy Week resources
Our collection of links.

Associations, groups, guilds
Anglican Mainstream: 'A community within the Anglican Communion teaching and preserving the Scriptural truths on which the Anglican Church was founded'. The website includes 'in-depth articles and Scriptural teaching as well as news, comment and informed opinion on the current events shaping the Anglican Communion'.

Calrossy: In Tamworth, New South Wales, this Anglican girls school in the Diocese of Armidale has both day and boarding students.
Danebank: In Hurstville, south Sydney, this Anglican girls school in the Diocese of Sydney caters to day students from pre-school to Year 12.

Prince Edward Island: St Mary and St John (Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island)

Christian Education
Anglican Center for Theology and Spirituality: 'A new web site providing resources for adult education and formation in the context of the Episcopal Church. We are committed to an authentic via media approach in the Broad Church tradition. The site serves both diocesan activities and provides resources and links with a wide appeal to other Episcopalian and to seekers and visitors'.

Bishop Pierre Whalon reflects on things done and not done during the recent House of Bishops meeting in Texas in his latest essay The Hard Work of Reconciliation.

England -> US (July 2004 and July 2005)

English clergy family from Midlands (UK), near Stratford, Warwick and Cotswolds, looking to exchange residence and vehicle
for same in US for period up to 7 weeks. Available early July 2004 and for the same period 2005. (We are splitting some sabbatical time.) Could supply Sunday service cover if needed. For information contact:

Letters to Anglicans Online
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The Irish Guild of Organists and Choristers: 'An independent learned society based in Ireland, founded to promote the highest standards in liturgical music'.

News Centre
Griswold writes to Eames. Former ABC speaks out on Islam. Via Media meets in Atlanta. Uganda bishop speaks out on vigilantes. Stalemate in Bangor bishop election. ECUSA House of Bishops meeting ends; many analyses and retorts. Mathematician gives 2:1 odds God exists. Syria and Lebanon Synods issue joint statement. Canada archbishop speaks out on anti-Semitism. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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Illinois: Wilmette, St Augustine (Chicago)

Vacancies Centre
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Worth Noting

Anglicanism and The Western Christian Tradition: Continuity, change and the search for communion, by Stephen Platten (editor).
Reviewed by Colin Podmore in the Church Times.

Anglicans and Orthodox: Unity and subversion 1559-1725, by Judith Pinnington. A review in the Church Times by Arnold Hunt.

Art, Identity and Devotion in Fourteenth-Century England: Three women and their Books of Hours, by Kathryn A. Smith. Reviewed by Gillian Evans in the Church Times.

Gay and Lesbian Theologies: Repetitions with critical difference, written by Elizabeth Stuart and reviewed by Dr Linda Woodhead in the Church Times.

My Struggle For Freedom: Memoirs, by Hans Küng. Reviewed by John Habgood in the -- wait for it -- Church Times.

So You Think You're Human? A Brief History of Humankind, by Felipe Fernández-Armesto, reviewed by Bishop Richard Holloway in The Scotsman.

Why Churches Should Have Websites: AKM Adam makes the case for a URL.

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