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New South Wales: Belmont North/Redhead (Newcastle)
New South Wales: Cockle Bay (Newcastle)
New South Wales: Wingham Parish (Newcastle)
Zachary Guiliano reviews The Jigs and Juleps! Girl: Her Life and Writings for The Living Church (Milwaukee).
Quebec: St-Laurent, St Barnabas (Montréal)
Buxted and Hadlow Down (Chichester)
East Dean, Friston and Jevington (Chichester)
Laughton, Ripe and Chalvington Churches (Chichester)
The Diocese of Delaware has an ongoing bishop-search.
England: Durham, 5-7 July 2017: Doctrine and Life: Exploring the Theological Legacy of Stephen Sykes
'A conference is to be held at St John’s College, Durham to explore Stephen Sykes’ theological legacy. Stephen Sykes (1939-2014) was one of the most distinguished British theologians of the twentieth century. He was Van Mildert Professor of Divinity at Durham (1974-85), Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge (1985-90), Bishop of Ely (1990-99), and Principal of St John’s College, Durham (1999-2006).'
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Jordan assures ABC it will protect Christians. Igloo cathedral finishes paying off its debt. Most C of E bishops afraid to back gay clergy. New bishop for Sodor and Man. ABC visits refugees in Jordan. New bishop for Indianapolis. Zimbabwe tightening the screws on ex-bishop Kunonga. All this, and more, in the News Centre.
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