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Anglicans Online last updated 20 August 2000
Ann Morisy reviews Community and Ministry: An Introduction to Community Work in a Christian Context, by Paul Ballard and Lesley Husselbee.
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For more information on this and other listings, see our Vacancies Centre. Also scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.
Our Secular Cousins: Giles Fraser writes in the Church Times (London) on the Commonwealth of Nations. 'Many have made the comparison between the Anglican Communion and the Commonwealth. I have written dismissively of the Communion as the “Commonwealth at prayer”. Perhaps it was a cheap shot, presuming that the Commonwealth is nothing more than a post-colonial aberration. The reality speaks against me. The Commonwealth seems in considerably better moral and political health than its Christian cousin. It interesting to ask why.'
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Essential Care: An Ethics of Human Nature, by Leonardo Boff, reviewed by Penny Seabrook.
The Architecture of Ralph Adams Cram and His Office, by Ethan Anthony, and Bertram Goodhue: His Life and Residential Architecture, by Romy Wyllie, reviewed by Anthony Hyland.
Wymondham Abbey: A History of the Monastery and Parish Church, edited by Paul Cattermole, reviewed by Julian Litten.
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Church Times weblog: One of the oldest continuously-operating Anglican print publications now has a weblog.
Class Teaches Virtues to Children of Many Faiths: American National Public Media featured this interesting story this week.
Egeria the Fourth Century Nun and the Litany: Geoffrey Rowell writes in the Times (London) on a journey to Jerusalem in 381.
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