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Hallo again to all.
A busy week with some interesting sites and pages popping up. In the UK the Times (London) reviews the new St Paul's Cathedral web site and the Telegraph looks at Westminster Abbey's decision to charge a £5 entrance fee. Speaking of London churches, if you're in the city on or
around St George's Day (23 April), you might like to take part in the City Churches Walk.
From real places to virtual, a survey by the United
Methodist Church (USA) shows that browsers looking for religious sites on the Web
have some specific ideas of what they're not interested in -- does it reflect your
preferences? And Yahoo Internet Life, a
spinoff magazine of the well-known search engine, features a lengthy look at 'Finding
God Online' in its April 1998 issue
(and we're pleased to have Anglicans Online mentioned in it).
We welcome the Diocese of Brandon (Canada)
and the Diocese
of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich (England),
along with an ambitious and intriguing youth and childrens site from Australia's Diocese of Newcastle NSW. Speaking of youth sites, we're sad to report that the Anglican Kids Association an early site on the Net, has permanently closed down.
On our Lenten Resources page we've added some more links, and those are marked
with 'New'. A site from Canada is devoted to a detailed study of the Paschal Triduum, and it will interest many of us as we move closer to the most solemn
time of the church year.
Our friends at Greenbelt
Interfaith News (now a quarterly, but
News will still be found every month)
look at the response
of the Anglican Church of Canada's gay clergy to the most recent statement from the
bishops of the ACC. And speaking of
the issue of homosexuality in the priesthood, the site Bridges Across the Divide
is dedicated to furthering discussion and dialogue on this issue amongst various
religious traditions and denominations.
See you next week.
Last updated: 22 March 1998