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Hallo again to all.

This week in our
News Centre we bring you stories about everything from the clash of the theses and the effects of a Pentecost wind on a small parish to the first report of a concept called 'The Market Place' at the Lambeth Conference (an idea of the Archbishop of Canterbury's, no less). For an overview of our latest stories, you can check the News Centre category in New This Week.

This week's new web pages seem to be a little bit of everything.
Preservation Press, a publisher whose name many of you will recognise, has a comprehensive web site with online ordering. A few US dioceses have got web pages up: the Diocese of New Jersey, in particular, provides browsers with a wealth of information. The Diocese of Kitakanto, a part of the Nippon Sei Ko Kai, has an official web page, but at present it is only in Japanese. As usual, we happily welcome parishes from around the world, this week from Temora, New South Wales, Australia to Chester, England.

Have you occasionally found yourself wondering when Easter will be in, say, 2010? (No?) Well, for those who have, wonder no more.
This intriguing calendrical site lets you type in a year and find Easter Sunday in both the Western (Catholic, Anglican, and Protestant) Christian, and in the Eastern (Orthodox) Christian traditions--and not only Easter, but a host of other holy days.

Speaking of upcoming dates, the Episcopal Church in the USA will hold its 73rd
General Convention in Denver, Colorado, in July 2000. You might be interested in joining a discussion about it well before then.

The extraordinary archives at the Vatican are going digital. The Telegraph (UK) looks at why such a conservative body has concluded that it will put its collection online.

We received notice of a web site for a
Church of England girls school in Canberra, and I encourage those of you who know of Anglican- and Episcopal-related schools with web sites to let us know of them.

Have a look at the
two job openings in youth ministries we've listed (both in the States). Do refer any potential candidates to these openings.

See you next Sunday.

Cynthia McFarland

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