of 21 August 2011
Schools and Education
Nigeria: Enugu State, Diocese of Nike Group of Schools
Victoria: Cranbourne, St John (Melbourne)
Victoria: Dromana, St Mark (Melbourne)
Victoria: Melbourne, Anglican Chinese Mission of the Epiphany (Melbourne)
Book of Common Prayer
The Liturgy for the Proclamation of the Word of God and Celebration of the Holy Communion (1976). The liturgy of the Church of the Province of Central Africa is now available online in English and Chichewa.
Singular Voice: In
The Spectator, Anita Brookner reviews 'Civil to Strangers and Other
Writings', by Barbara Pym.
Church Times, David
Martin reviews 'Imaginative Apologetics:
Theology, philosophy, and the Catholic tradition', Andrew Davison,
Nowell reviews In the Church Times, 'What I Believe' by
Hans Küng, translated by John Bowden.
Tomkins reviews (guess where) 'The Book of Books: The radical
impact of the King James Bible 1611-2011', by Melvyn Bragg.
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church.
'Uniquely authoritative and wide-ranging in its scope, ODCC is the indispensable reference work on all aspects of the Christian Church. It contains over 6,000 A-Z entries, and offers unrivalled coverage of all aspects of this vast and often complex subject, from theology; churches and denominations; patristic scholarship; and the bible; to the church calendar and its organization; popes; archbishops; saints; and mystics.'
Belmont, St Peter (Manchester)
Bury, St Peter (Manchester)
Carlton in Lindrick, St John the Evangelist (Southwell and Nottingham)
Daisy Hill, St James the Great (Manchester)
Oldham, St James (Manchester)
Oldham (Moorside), St Thomas (Manchester)
Schools and Education
St Mellitus College, London. 'Named after the very first Bishop of London, whose territory covered London and Essex, the College was founded in 2007 by the Bishops of London and Chelmsford, to serve the church’s mission in this region and beyond. It consists of two main parts, St Paul’s Theological Centre (SPTC), based in west London and the North Thames Ministerial Training Course (NTMTC), based in east London and Chelmsford. The College offers courses for many different kinds of students.'
USA: New York City, 4-12 September 2011: Remember to Love
'Ten years ago, the final act of many 9/11 victims was one of love. Facing the unthinkable, their parting gesture was to reach out to their families, friends and colleagues. Ten years later, let us 'Remember to Love' those who are gone, those who remain and those to come. Let us further remember and honor those who perished by generating a post-anniversary community committed to reconciliation and peace.'
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North Carolina: Valley Crucis, Holy Cross (Western North Carolina)
South Korea: Jesus Abbey: An ecumenical community founded by the late Archer Torrey, Anglican priest. [English site]
A working life: the bishop: Anna Tims writes about the Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, for The Guardian.
Recovering the Commons: W. Christopher Evans writes for the Daily Episcopalian on Cranmer, riots, and Christology.
Sexism runs deep in the Church of England: Leslie Crawley compares her exposure to sexism at two careers, engineer and priest.