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Letters to AO

EVERY WEEK WE PUBLISH a selection of letters we receive in response to something you've read at Anglicans Online. Stop by and have a look at what other AO readers are thinking.

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Letters from 18 June to 1 July 2012

Like all letters to the editor everywhere, these letters express the opinions of the writers and not Anglicans Online. We publish letters that we think will be of interest to our readers, whether we agree with them or not. If you'd like to write a letter of your own, click here.

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Hide your Facebook page under a bushel?

I have a Facebook page -- personally, as well as for the parish and the mission I serve. I place a link to your site every week, and have done so for a while now. I hope that is a "good thing" in your eyes -- you may not want individuals to link it to their FB Page.

Yours is a very good site for the Church, and maybe the only one that reflects well the refinement of the Episcopal Church -- one of the best qualities (all of Anglicanism actually, but I am thinking of the home team). It amazes me the number of people that have still not trained themselves to follow the site. Well worth the time, if only to read the front page commentary. Perhaps if you like the notion, others will link it as well?

Thanks for all you do for the Glory of God, and the raising up of Anglican Faith and Practice.

Walter V. Windsor
Trinity Episcopal Church
Pine Bluff, Arkansas, USA
18 June 2012

(Editor: why ever might we not want individuals linking us to their Facebook page, or anywhere else? More is better, we think. Thank you for the link, for being a faithful reader, and for writing to us.)

Read when you can

One wonders after reading your editorial of this week whether the Spirit moved you or the spirits delayed me. Today is Tuesday and I have just read your 'techno' editorial. Normally Monday is AO day. @ may be the way to go!

No matter what day I read you, thank you for being there!

Lyle Clark
The Church of St. Luke the Beloved Physician, Saranac Lake, NY
Tupper Lake, New York, USA
19 June 2012

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Earlier letters

We launched our 'Letters to AO' section on 11 May 2003. All published letters are in our archives.


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