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Bankstown Grammar and St Paul's Choir School, Bankstown, NSW (Sydney) St Paul's is a day school founded as boys' choir school for St Paul's which still draws heavily on it for choristers though it is now co-educational. Kindergarten to year 6, it occupies the same campus as Bankstown. Also a day school and co-educational but years 7 though 12.
The Cathedral School, Grafton, NSW (Grafton) co-educational preparatory through year 12. Offers after school care for grades Pre-K through 6.
Illawarra Grammar School, Wollongong, NSW (Sydney) co-educational preparatory through year 12.
Kambala, Sydney, NSW (Sydney) Anglican school for girls preparatory through year 12.
St Andrew's Cathedral School, Sydney, NSW (Sydney) Day school for boys grades 3 through 10. Senior college is coeducational.
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An Easter faith will embrace the body, writes Giles Fraser in the Church Times.
and Liturgy: The place of memory in the composition and practice
of liturgy, by
Peter Atkins. Reviewed by Dr Kenneth Stevenson in the Church Times
Taking the sin out of sex: In the Guardian, David Bryant asks: Why has the church been so prudishly anti-sexual, giving grudging tolerance only to the marriage bed?
We just found Trinity Church's (Boston, Massachusetts USA) redesigned
web site. It's not just the attractiveness
of the site, but the varied content and the clarity of navigation
that impress. Even if you're building your parish's web site on the
proverbial shoestring, Trinity's may serve as an informative model.
to Anglicans Online
Faith Online: 64% of wired Americans have used the Internet for spiritual or religious purposes: The latest Pew research report finds that the 'seeker' phenomenon is less a reality on the Internet than commonly supposed and that the more interesting story is the 'online faithfuls' use of the Internet to learn about or interact with other 'faith groups.'
God's Pattern: Shaping our worship, ministry and life, by David Stancliffe, reviewed in Church Times by Nicholas Holtam.
Hollywood stirring the passions of church leaders: Malcolm Brown, writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, observes that recent cinematic focus on Christ and on terrorism has had an effect on bishops and their Easter messages.
Revealing a hidden past: Image and Devotion in Late Medieval England, by Richard Marks. Reviewed in The Tablet by Eamon Duffy.
Three reasons to stay an Anglican, for all its follies: A N Wilson, writing in The Telegraph, comes about from having recently described himself as an atheist to explain why he is an Anglican. [Editor: Do read this.]
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