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Week of 16 June 2019

New South Wales: Gundagai Parish (Canberra and Goulburn)
New South Wales: Young District Anglican Ministry (Canberra and Goulburn)

Leighton Bromswald, St Mary (Ely)
Mid-Trent Churches (Lichfield)

Episcopal Elections

Reflections on the Way of Love. The Rt Revd Pierre Whalon writes on this method of daily living as a follower of Jesus.

Italy: Rome, 10 July 2019: John Henry Newman and the Lessons of Friendship
Roderick Strange lectures at the Anglican Centre in Rome.

United Kingdom: 2020: Becket2020
'2020 marks an important dual anniversary for the extraordinary figure of Thomas Becket. It will be 850 years since his dramatic murder on the 29th December 1170 in Canterbury Cathedral, and 800 years since his body was moved on the 7th July 1220 from a tomb in the crypt of the cathedral into a glittering shrine. The events of 1220 were orchestrated to relaunch the cult of Becket, and ensured that Canterbury became the principal pilgrimage destination in England and one of the major pilgrimage sites within Europe. Becket2020 is a programme of events developed by partners from across the UK, a platform to commemorate the remarkable life and death of Thomas Becket.'

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New bishop for Southeastern Mexico, elected from Canada. Two Michigan dioceses to share bishop. US Episcopal reporter gets medal from the House of Deputies. Former Anglican Primate elected Governor General of the Solomon Islands. Anglican clergy claim Bishop of Chelmsford told them to leave C of E. Church lead thefts in Thames Valley an 'epidemic'. An Episcopal church looks to the heavens for its electricity. Price of churchyard burial plots in Tasmania to increase 20 fold. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Schools and Education
Bishop Crowther College of Theology, Okene. 'founded 1939, is one of the foremost and renown theological institutions of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) with stupendous wealth of experience and tradition.'

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Worth Noting
When Anglicans founded religious orders: Charles Coulombe writes for Catholic Herald.


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