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Week of 20 March 2011

Africa
Dioceses
Zimbabwe: Diocese of Harare http://harare.anglican.org

Book of Common Prayer
Addu’a ta Safiya (1908). This early translation of Morning Prayer into Hausa is now available online.

Incwadi Yokukuleka Jenga-so Isimiso Sebanhla Las'England (1856). John William Colenso's translation of parts of the BCP into Zulu is now available online.

Church Times Book Reviews
Peter Forster reviews Christ Alive and At Large: Unpublished Writings of C. F. D. Moule, edited by Robert Morgan and Patrick Moule.

Alexander Lucie-Smith reviews Saints and Sinners: Twelve Tales of Crime and the Clergy, by Malcolm G. Lorimer.

England
Parishes
Harlington, St Mary the Virgin (St Albans)
Maulden, St Mary (St Albans)
Shefford, St Michael and All Angels (St Albans)

Events
USA: Massachusetts, Cambridge, 2 April 2011: New England Anglican Studies Conference
'The topic for the conference is "The Open Body: Anglicans Dwelling In, With, and Outside Tradition." Highlights include a keynote address by the R.R. Niebuhr Professor of Divinity Mark Jordan, breakout sessions on Retrieving Mystical Theology, Re-imagining Self and Other, Revising Communion, and Re-embodying Church, a panel discussion on religion and politics with Bishop M. Thomas Shaw, President and Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School Katherine Ragsdale, and EDS Professor Susanna Snyder, and a closing eucharist presided over by Massachusetts Bishop M. Thomas Shaw.'

Letters to Anglicans Online
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Music Resources
In Quires and Places Where They Sing. 'Acknowledged to be the definitive Discography & Collection of recordings from choirs of Gentlemen & Boys singing in the English Cathedral tradition'.

News Centre
Global shadows. Bible issues in Malaysia. Diocesan Covenant voting begins in England. Gathering in USA to discuss same-sex blessings. New Bishops in Trinidad & Tobago, Lynn. Traveling bishop in a corner of the Communion. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Anglican Diocese of Texas: 'In the Constitution and Canons, we acknowledge the primacy of the See of Canterbury, even though technically we are not subject to them, due to their provincial organizational commitment to ECUSA'.

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USA
Parishes
Texas: Jefferson, Christ Church (Texas)
Texas: Matagorda, Christ Church (Texas)

World
Dioceses
Costa Rica: Diocese of Costa Rica http://costarica.anglican.org

Worth Noting
Knitted together not just man and wife: 'The Archbishop of Canterbury is a woolly Anglican' in a book of knitting patterns to commemorate the Royal Wedding in Fiona Goble's Knit Your Own Royal Wedding which includes patterns for the royal family, the royal corgis and the Archbishop of Canterbury (a completed ABC is featured in the article).

Ancient and Modern: Christopher Howse writes in the Telegraph about Hymns Ancient and Modern, an unlikely bestseller that is now 150 years old. Last week the Church Times featured A&M one, two, three, four times.


Week of 13 March 2011

Australia
Parishes
Queensland: Heatley, Church of the Ascension (North Queensland)

Book of Common Prayer
Humotepain-Ari te Giu (1953). Prayers and Offices from the BCP are now available online in Orokaiva, a major language of eastern Papua New Guinea.

Canada
Parishes
New Brunswick: Lancaster, Church of the Good Shepherd (Fredericton)

Church History
Journals of the Annual Conventions of the Diocese of New Jersey Online. 'A vast number of Diocese of New Jersey convention journals are now available online (1785 through 1920, with two exceptions) and are fully searchable.'

Book Reviews
Terry Brown reviews from Logos to Christos: Essays on Christology in Honour of Joanne McWilliam, edited by Ellen M. Leonard and Kate Merriman, for Anglicans Online.

Nicholas Orme reviews The Temple Church in London: History, Architecture, Art, edited by Robin Griffith-Jones and David Park. (Church Times)

Anthony Phillips reviews The Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity, edited by Daniel Patte. (Church Times)

David Atkinson reviews The Flaw in the Universe: Natural Disaster and Human Sin, by Adrian Hough. (Church Times)

England
Parishes
Biddenham, St James (St Albans)
Milton Ernest, All Saints (St Albans)
Pavenham, St Peter (St Albans)

Renhold, All Saints (St Albans)
Thorpe Hesley, Holy Trinity Church (Sheffield)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
New bishop in Kerala. Anglican island becomes wildlife preserve. ABC writes to primates. Robbers rob Nigerian bishop. Anglican bishop fights deportation from Israel. African bishop urges focus on gender equality. Ghanaian bishop urges Anglican unity. Queensland attendance surge only temporary. Canada considers communion for unbaptized. Ripon and Leeds votes 'yes' on merger. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Religious Orders
Brothers of St John the Evangelist. Benedictine, based in Washington State, USA.

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USA
Parishes
North Carolina: Shelby, Church of the Redeemer (Western North Carolina)
Texas: Cameron, All Saints (Texas)
Texas: Long View, St Michael and All Angels (Texas)
Texas: Silsbee, St John (Texas)
Texas: Spring, Holy Comforter (Texas)

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Belgium: All Saints, Waterloo (Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe) Rector

New Zealand: St Paul's Cathedral (Wellington) Director of Music

World
Parishes
Trinidad and Tobago: Curipe, Holy Saviour Parish (Trinidad and Tobago)

Worth Noting
Hymns Ancient and Modern rejected: Jeremy Nicholas writes for Gramophone 'on the great – but endangered – hymn tradition'.

The Place of the Church: Stanley Hauerwas writes for ABC Religion and Ethics on locality and catholicity. 'Williams observes that the New Testament testifies to the creation of a pathway between earth and heaven that nothing can ever again close. A place has been cleared in which God and human reality can belong together without rivalry or fear. That place is Jesus.'


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