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Page Editor: Richard Mammana

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Week of 27 October 2013

Africa
Resources
Uganda: Hesed Ministries. 'Founded by Michael and Florence Kyomya in 1995, the ministry's objective is to be a catalyst for spiritual renewal and growth in the Anglican Church of Uganda.'

England
Parishes
Yardley, St Edburgha (Lichfield)

Episcopal Elections
Ongoing
The Diocese of New York has announced a full slate of nominees in its process to elect a bishop suffragan. See the bishop-search website for more information.

India
Schools and Education
Karnataka Christian Educational Society. 'managed at present by the three dioceses of the Church of South India in Karnataka'.

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Nonzero progress towards women bishops in C of E. AB urges 'new structures' in Anglican Communion. GAFCON meets again, in Nairobi. Agenda for upcoming C of E General Synod. Perth church destroyed by fire. Anglicans vs Roman Catholics: the cricket match. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Illinois: Galesburg, Grace Church (Chicago)
New York: Amsterdam, St Anne (Albany)

Vacancies Centre
List a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO — at no charge. What a bargain! The more you use our free service, the more useful it will become for all. S
eeking a position? Check our Vacancies Centre as well as scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

Worth Noting
One Church in Europe: 'Old Catholics and Episcopalians in Europe have agreed to enter into deeper communion, seeking new ways to collaborate, preparing a common structure, and leading the way towards the ultimate goal of becoming one church in Europe.' From Episcopal News Service (New York).

Music at Midnight, by John Drury: A new biography of George Herbert, reviewed in the Spectator (UK) by Fram (yes, Fram) Dinshaw. And an earliler review in the Guardian, by Helen Cooper.

Will Prince George work his magic on the Church of England? Melanie McDonagh muses in the Spectator (UK).



Week of 20 October 2013

Africa
Dioceses
Nigeria: Diocese of Esan - http://esan.anglican.org
Nigeria: Diocese of Ilesa South West - http://ilesasouthwest.anglican.org

Canada
Parishes
Ontario: Toronto, St Olave (Toronto)

Book Reviews
Eric Gregory reviews The Blessed Virgin Mary, by Tim Perry and Daniel Kendall (Eerdmans 2013), for Anglicans Online.

England
Parishes
Barfreston, St Nicholas (Canterbury)

Events
Canada: Toronto, 8-11 October 2014: Sixth Annual Conference, Society of Catholic Priests in North America

India
Parishes
Ellumpuram, St Matthias (East Kerala)

Letters to Anglicans Online
Have a read. Write a letter of your own to us for possible publication.

News Centre
New bishop for Fond du Lac. Ballarat synod approves women priests. Preserving churches on the Isle of Man. Plans for rebuilding Haiti's Holy Trinity Cathedral. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic States, Anglican Catholic Church

Religious Orders
Anglican Religious Communities in England. 'An umbrella body for monks and nuns, brothers and sisters in the Church of England.'

South Africa
North Coast Archdeaconry (Natal)

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USA
Parishes
Missouri: Palmyra, St Paul (Missouri)

Vacancies Centre
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Worth Noting
Belief and Actions, Joined in Christ: AO Editor Richard Mammana interviews the Revd Hilary Streever on her summer with the Common Friars. From The Living Church (Milwaukee).

The Book of Common Prayer. 'Melvyn Bragg and his guests [Diarmaid MacCulloch, Alexandra Walsham, and Martin Palmer] discuss the Book of Common Prayer. In 1549, at the height of the English Reformation, a new prayer book was published containing versions of the liturgy in English. Generally believed to have been supervised by Thomas Cranmer, the Book of Common Prayer was at the centre of the decade of religious turmoil that followed, and disputes over its use were one of the major causes of the English Civil War in the 1640s. The book was revised several times before the celebrated final version was published in 1662. It is still in use in many churches today, and remains not just a liturgical text of great importance but a literary work of profound beauty and influence.' From BBC Radio 4.

Contentment or terror? Shirley Pearce writes on Penelope Garner, Christianity, and dementia. 'As a Christian and a mental-health professional, I have sometimes felt as if I am living in two opposing cultures. But recently, in acquiring a better understanding of dementia through my work, I have also gained a new insight into my faith.' From The Church Times (London).

Let's be upstanding for our hymns of praise. Michael White writes on Anglican hymnody in The Telegraph (London).

 
 
 
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