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Week of 18 August 2019

Book of Common Prayer
Kitap Lamo gi pogo Sacrament gi Tim Moko mar Kanisa Kaka Kanisa Mar Ingreza Otimo (1930). The Book of Common Prayer in Dholuo is now available online.

England
Resources
The Clewer Initiative: 'enabling Church of England dioceses and wider Church networks to develop strategies to detect modern slavery in their communities and help provide victim support and care. It involves working with the Church locally, identifying resources that can be utilised, developing partnerships with others, and creating a wider network of advocates seeking to end modern slavery together. Nationally, it involves developing a network of practitioners committed to sharing models of best practice and providing evidenced based data to resource the Church's national engagement with statutory and non-statutory bodies.'

Episcopal Elections

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News Centre
Anglicans could receive Roman Catholic communion. United, not Anglican, Churches in India. Scottish youth worker tackles rural poverty. Tree of Life to hold High Holiday services at Episcopal church. Anglican Journal launches digital magazine 'Epiphanies'.. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Nigeria
Religious Orders
Christ Mission Anglican Communion Benedictines. 'Similar to Franciscan Friars, the brothers and sisters of the Congregation of Anglican Communion Benedictines live outside of the monastery. We live in the communities and build relationships with our neighbors. However, we have vowed to live a rhythm of life in accordance with the Rule of St. Benedict. That Rule has guided monastic communities for more than 1,500 years.'

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Parishes
Kentucky: Lexington, Two Congregations One Church (Lexington) [Lutheran-Episcopal joint parish]

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Worth Noting
Was the original Walsingham statue really destroyed – or is it in the V&A? From Catholic Herald and The Living Church.



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