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Anglican Network in Canada. 'We are a continent-wide family of churches, a diocese in the Anglican Church in North America, and part of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans - representing the majority of Anglicans worldwide who remain faithful to established Christian doctrine and Anglican practice'.
Reformed Evangelical Anglican Churches of Namibia. 'The Church of England in Namibia (Name changing to Reach Namibia) has been part of The Church of England in South Africa (CESA) since the 1970's. Now comprising 5 churches in and around the Ondangwa/Oshikati area of Owamboland these churches are situated in the most densely populated part of Namibia.'
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Britten: The Sacred Choral Music: How far Britten's religious music reflects his spirituality is open to question.' Fiona Maddocks writes for The Observer.
A People of Peace. We think, basically, that if we’re going to start loving each other as a church across our many divisions, a good place to start would be by not suing one another. The Revd Jordan Hylden writes for The Living Church (Milwaukee).
Carrie Swanlund and the Allegri Miserere. This is the first in a six-part series of brief meditations on Lent from the Church of St Martin in the Fields, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA.
The Stations of the Cross: A Meditation on the Heart of the Father, by the Revd Jeff Krantz.
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Ten best practises for church websites. AO Editor Richard Mammana writes for The Living Church (Milwaukee) on practises dreadful and good.
A new video series of global faith leaders offering their expertise on theological, practical and spiritual topics: The 'Logos Project', just initiated by the Diocese of Texas, takes a tip from TED's 'ideas worth spreading'.
Visions, madness and a glimpse of the divine. The Revd Peter Thompson, Junior Vice President of the Armagh Clerical Union, writes on the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.
Western feng shui: If you doubt that a building can affect your spirit, try going to church: In The Spectator (UK), Clarissa Tan considers the power of naves, transepts, and buttresses.
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