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Week of 23 May 2010

Africa
Dioceses
Nigeria: Diocese of Awori - http://awori.anglican.org
Nigeria: Diocese of Niger Delta North - http://nigerdeltanorth.anglican.org

Book Reviews
Sheridan Gilley reviews Authority, Dogma, and History: The Role of the Oxford Movement Converts in the Papal Infallibility Debates, edited by Kenneth L. Parker and Michael J. G. Pahls. (Church Times)

Mike Starkey reviews A New Kind of Christianity: Ten Questions that are Transforming the Faith, by Brian McLaren. (Church Times)

John Binns reviews The Early Church: History and Memory, by Josef Lössl. (Church Times)

Christopher Howse reviews Heaven and Earth in Little Space, by Andrew Burnham. (The Telegraph)

Canada
Parishes
New Brunswick: Parish of Andover [St George, Bairdsville; St John the Evangelist, Four Falls; Trinity Church, Perth-Andover] (Fredericton)

England
Parishes
Binham, St Mary and the Holy Cross [Binham Priory] (Norwich)
Urswick, St Mary and St Michael (Carlisle)

Episcopal Elections
The Diocese of Northern Michigan has provided a series of PDF files about its new bishop-search process.

Ireland
Parishes
Parish of Kilcronaghan and Ballynascreen (Derry)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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New Zealand
Parishes
Fernridge, St Andrew in the Paddock (Wellington)

News Centre
C of E told it must not be complicit in gay persecution. Australian bishop faces nine formal charges. Canada General Synod to meet in Halifax. Stolen diaries triggered priest's undoing. Reactions to Los Angeles consecratons. Beer for Fathering Sunday in Britain. Farewell to Ruth Gledhill? Women bishops in the Church of England. Anglican Shuffling in North America. Is Henry VIII in /Hell? All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Georgia: Martinez, Holy Comforter (Georgia)
Wyoming: Rawlins, St Thomas (Wyoming)

Vacancies Centre
List a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO — at no charge. What a bargain! The more you use our free service, the more useful it will become for all.
Seeking a position? Check our Vacancies Centre as well as scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

World
Resources
Singapore Anglican Community Services

Worth Noting
The Eucharistic Shape of Spiritual Counsel: Kevin Goodrich applies Dom Gregory Dix's Shape of the Liturgy to pastoral theology. From The Living Church.

Harlem Churches in Fight for Survival: 'Churches' in the title is a misnomer. Trymaine Lee's article in the New York Times is virtually a profile of All Souls Episcopal Church and its tough struggle to keep the doors open.

Henry and Hell: Andrew Brown asks in the Guardian about this sermon by Rowan Williams. Christopher Howse writes about the same in the Telegraph.

Whose is Newman?: 'Cardinal Newman was the greatest English Catholic of the Victorian age. But whose side would he be on today?' The Guardian wants to know.


Week of 16 May 2010

Africa
Dioceses
Nigeria: Diocese of Lokoja - http://lokoja.anglican.org

Australia
Parishes
Victoria: Alex Anglicans [St John, Alexandra; St Paul, Eildon] (Wangaratta)

Book of Common Prayer
Anglican Church of Canada Liturgical texts online. 'The Book of Alternative Services (BAS) and supplementary resources are now available for download. In 2009, the Council of General Synod authorized the online publication of these texts. The goals are to assist liturgy planners and to encourage future web-based work of liturgical text development.'

Book Reviews
Nicholas Orme reviews The Liturgy in Medieval England: A History, by Richard W. Pfaff.

John Armson reviews For All That Has Been, Thanks: Growing a Sense of Gratitude, by Rowan Williams and Joan Chittister.

John Saxbee reviews Hermeneutics: An Introduction, by Anthony C. Thiselton.

John Polkinghorne reviews The Religion and Science Debate: Why Does It Continue?, edited by Harold W. Attridge; Horizons of Cosmology: Exploring Worlds Seen and Unseen, by Joseph Silk; and Who Made God? Searching for a Theory of Everything, by Edgar Andrews.

Canada
Parishes
New Brunswick: Parish of New Bandon (Fredericton)
New Brunswick: Parish of the Tobique (Fredericton)

England
Parishes
Bristol (Two Mile Hill), St Michael the Archangel (Bristol)
Cotham, St Saviour with St Mary (Bristol)

Events
UK: London 17 May - 23 July 2010: Treasures of Lambeth Palace Library Exhibition
'Lambeth Palace Library is one of the earliest public libraries in England, founded in 1610 under the will of Archbishop Richard Bancroft. In celebration of its 400th anniversary in 2010, the Library is opening a fascinating exhibition to the public in the Great Hall of Lambeth Palace.'

Ireland
Parishes
Belfast, St Nicholas (Connor)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Solidarity march in Angola. British plea to put aside differences. Two female bishops installed in Los Angeles. Italy to have first ordination of a woman priest. Winston Halapua becomes archbishop. Zimbabwe diocese appeals Kangaroo court ruling. New Zealand considers the Covenant. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Scotland
Parishes
Lochee, St Margaret (Brechin)

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USA
Parishes
California: Pasadena, St Barnabas (Los Angeles)
Louisiana: West Monroe, St Patrick (Western Louisiana)
Pennsylvania: Meadeville, Christ Church (Northwestern Pennsylvania)
Vermont: Springfield, St Mark (Vermont)

Vacancies Centre
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World
Schools and Education
Singapore: Christ Church Secondary School

Worth Noting
Setting Sail: 'From June 3 to 11, 2010, over 300 delegates will gather in Halifax, N.S. for the Anglican Church of Canada's national meeting, General Synod, held once every three years. This web forum is a place to discuss the major topics that will arise at General Synod—from governance to sexuality. You are invited to join the conversation.'

Tutu's God of Surprises: 'An intimate and joyous conversation with the Nobel laureate on how his understanding of God and humanity has unfolded — from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission through the violence that marks South Africa today, and even in his friendship with the Dalai Lama.' From the Speaking of Faith programme, [American] National Public Radio.

Why Cardinal Newman is no saint: 'If Newman is in heaven, as all Catholics surely believe, he is likely to be exerting his influence with the Almighty — not to produce miracles, but to stop his own transmogrification into an official plaster saint.' John Cornwell, writing for the Times (London), is author of Newman's Unquiet Grave: Portrait of a Reluctant Saint.

 

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