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Week of 24 April 2011

Africa
Cathedrals
Liberia: Monrovia, Trinity Cathedral (Liberia)

Book of Common Prayer
Kitamo Cha Kuomba Kwa wandu wose (1894). Portions of the Book of Common Prayer are now available online in Taveta, a Bantu language spoken mainly in Kenya.

Church Times Book Reviews
Andrew Davison reviews Creation and the God of Abraham, edited by David B Burrell, Carlo Cogliati, Janet M Soskice and William R Stoeger.

Michael Northcott reviews Tensions in Christian Ethics: An introduction by Malcolm Brown.

William Whyte reviews Ely: Bishops and diocese, 1109-2009 edited by Peter Meadows.

England
Resources
Churchcare. 'Churchcare aims to be a comprehensive resource for anyone involved in the running of a church, offering advice on maintenance, repair, funding, legal matters and extended and community uses. This website is brought to you by The Archbishops' Council, serving the parishes of the Church of England.'

Ireland
Parishes
Knock, St Columba (Down and Dromore)
Moira, St John (Down and Dromore)
Mount Merrion, Parish Church (Down and Dromore)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
The Lord is Risen, indeed. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Florida: Tampa, St James House of Prayer (Southwest Florida)

Resources
Episcopal Charities: Episcopal Charities supports new and existing nonprofit agencies in their effort to make a crucial difference in the lives of poor, oppressed and endangered individuals in need in the five-county San Francisco Bay Area, regardless of their religious affiliation or practice.

World
Resources
Save Church of South India: 'Many cultural institutions, considered to be the conscience of our society, have failed in their role and become visible monuments of moral rot. Churches of all hues, especially the Church of South India and its dioceses, are no exception. To stem the tide of this moral corruption and stand up against the evil designs of church leadership, it is important that a remnant should arise and bear the cross.'

Worth Noting
The Killing of St George: It's time to retire St George, England's patron. We've moved on as a nation and need someone new to rally around. In The Guardian, Martin Howard sets out the case against the saint who just doesn't seem to inspire.

Mount Athos: A visit to the Holy Mountain. The US news programme 60 Minutes featured a segment on Mt Athos in northern Greece where 'prayers have been offered there every day, with no interruption, for more than a thousand years'. Transcript and video available.

Naskapi Lectionary: Since the 1990s, the Naskapi Development Corporation (NDC) has assisted St John Anglican Church Kawawachikamach with the selection, translation and production of lectionary readings in Naskapi. While the Naskapi New Testament has been in use in the community since it was dedicated in 2007, this event is significant because it represents the first time significant portions of the Old Testament are available in the Naskapi language.

How to color Easter eggs with natural dyes: a chart from the Russian news agency, Ria Novosti. Although too late for this year's Easter, tuck this link away for use in the future.


Week of 17 April 2011

Australia
Parishes
Queensland: Cairns, St Peter (North Queensland)

Book of Common Prayer
Arosi. Anglican liturgical publications in Arosi, a language spoken on Makira in the Solomon Islands, are now available online.

Na Ganigogona (1975). A Liturgy for Melanesia is now available online in Central Maewo, which is spoken in Vanuatu.

Holi Komiunion (1999). A Liturgy for Melanesia is now available online in Solomon Islands Pijin, a lingua franca spoken in the Solomon Islands.

Church Times Book Reviews
Jonathan Clark reviews Radical Religion in Cromwell's England: A Concise history from the English Civil War to the End of the Commonwealth, by Andrew Bradstock.

David Atkinson reviews Reconnecting with Confirmation, by Pete Maidment and Susie Mapledoram with Stephen Lake.

Jill Segger reviews The Spirit of the Quakers, by Geoffrey Durham.

In the Guardian, Diarmaid MacCulloch reviews The Popes: A History, by John Julius Norwich.

England
Parishes
Blofield, St Andrew and St Peter (Norwich)
Brighton, The Chapel Royal (Chichester)
The Five Parishes (Chelmsford)
Hemblington, All Saints (Norwich)
Kennington, St John the Divine (Southwark)

Ireland
Parishes
Primacy, Christ Church (Down and Dromore)
Sixmilecross and Termonmaguirke (Armagh)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Six decades to earn PhD. Alliance consultation ends in Nairobi. Post-disaster update from Nippon Sei Ko Kai. Canadian bishops affirm Eucharist is for the baptised. Glastonbury pilgrimage cancelled due to rising fuel prices. New Bishop Roundup. Los Angeles declines to endorse Covenant. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Iglesia Anglican Carismática: This church based in Venezuela has a communion agreement with Forward in Faith North America, which was previously the Episcopal Synod of America, which was previously the Evangelical and Catholic Mission, which was previously the Coalition for the Apostolic Ministry, but most of which is is now called the Missionary Diocese of All Saints and part of the Anglican Church of North America through which it claims to be part of the Anglican Communion as a diocese of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion).

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USA
Parishes
North Carolina: Wilmington, St Mark (East Carolina)
West Virginia: Moorefield, Emmanuel Church (West Virginia)
West Virginia: Point Pleasant, Christ Church (West Virginia)

World
Schools and Education
The Bahamas: Bishop Michael Eldon School. This school is named for Michael Hartley Eldon (1931-2011), first Bahamian bishop of the Diocese of Nassau.

Worth Noting
How to make a palm cross: Just that.

The Episcopal Foodie Network: The is the only Facebook group to which we've ever felt comfortable making a link.


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