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Anglicans Online last updated 20 August 2000
Women, Power and Religious Patronage in the Middle Ages, by Erin L. Jordan, is reviewed by Gillian Evans in the Church Times.
Roderick Dunnett reviews Humphrey Clucas' Taking Stock: The first sixty years, also in the Church Times.
The Life of John Travers Lewis, by His Wife (no date). Lewis (1825-1901) was born in Ireland and served as a primary supporter of the idea of convening the first Lambeth Conference. He was the first Bishop of Ontario, the first Archbishop of Ontario, the first Primate of Canada, the first bishop consecrated in Canada, the last bishop appointed by the Crown for Canada, and a cautious High Churchman.
South Sea Epic: War and the Church in New Guinea, compiled by Ruth Henrich (1944). This book provides extensive documentation of the life of Anglicans in New Guinea during the Japanese invasion of 1941. Much of the Anglican Communion commemorates the Martyrs of New Guinea on 2 September; many of their own words are available online now for the first time.
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St James Family Center: Cathlamet, Washington. 'Our mission is to strengthen families by promoting self-sufficiency, life-long learning, and healthy living free of substance abuse, child abuse and family violence.'
St John in the Wilderness Adult Education and Formation: This extensive website produced by a parish in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, provides information and resources on what looks like one of the most extensive parish education programmes we have seen.
Five Talents: Craig Cole writes in The Living Church (Milwaukee) on a micro-credit programme sponsored by the Central Philippines and Five Talents International. The Millennium Development Goals 'have become almost a rallying cry in The Episcopal Church, and they have released a wonderful rush of energy to assist the world’s poorest. In another positive aspect, the goals are agreed upon by many members of our denomination no matter where they stand on other issues.'
St Thomas Church Fifth Avenue Webcasting: From September through June this New York City parish with a world-famous musical programme provides webcasts of its choral worship. (Cross-listed in Music Resources.)
How Christianity Came to Britain and Ireland, by Michelle P. Brown, is reviewed by Paul Cavill in the Church Times. 'Faith in a web of cultures long ago: Paul Cavill reflects on Christianity's arrival on these shores.'
Yes: A Positive Faith, by David L. Edwards, is reviewed by John Saxbee in the Church Times.
Tennessee: The Episcopate Committee of the Diocese of Tennessee lists their nominees for the 11th Bishop of Tennessee.
Letters to Anglicans Online
Young Person's Guide to the Organ: It might even be valuable to not-so-young people.
Schools and education
Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a key figure in South Africa's history. His story will now be told in a vast internet archive. By Nick Jackson, in The Independent.
Rector Elected as Newark's Episcopal Bishop; Gay Candidate Finishes 5th, headlines the New York Times.
Obituary: The Times (London) notes the death of the Right Reverend David Say, former Bishop of Rochester. 'He was physically strong and worked hard; able to speak at length in the House of Lords after midnight, between two full days in his diocese'.
Tea and punch: Vicars and parishioners come to blows at a farewell celebration. Nicola Woolcock tells all in The Times (London).
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