Hallo again to all.
I thought, somewhat idly, that summer (well, summer here in the northern hemisphere)
might bring a slight slowing of new web sites. I was proven quite wrong, as you'll
see from New This Week -- where there may be more links than ever in a single seven-day
period, at least since I became editor in September 1997. With regard to links: I
was quite startled to learn from our publisher that there are almost 4,800 here at
Anglicans Online. Yikes! No wonder I sometimes forget what's where.
The Lambeth Conference is nearly upon us, and the Reverend June Maffin began, this spring, to
write a brief prayer each Monday, which she calls the 'Lundi-Lambeth Prayers'. Read
the background and find the collection here.
The American Fourth of July holiday might well be remembered in connexion with 'Old
North' (Christ Chrch) in Boston. But it's a lively parish in addition to being a significant
historical monument; the Diocese of Massachusetts Episcopal Times story tells you more.
Three very interesting
youth web sites popped up last week from Australia
to Boston to Ely. St Mary's, Dorchester (Massachusetts, USA) Heavenly Fire Steel Band looks as if it
could rev up just about any gathering. Whilst on music, the Anglican Church Music site is super, and
well worth a visit.
And this week you can browse from amongst 25 or so new parish web pages and a web
site for Canterbury
Cathedral. The parish of Holy Saviour in Nagano, Japan
celebrated its 100th anniversary, and the web page explains how Internet communication figured into that happy occasion.
Last week we issued a
plea for enlightenment regarding the signers of the Kuala Lumpur statement. Aside from one post with some interesting observations (but not the list
of signers), we've still no information. Once again, if you can assist, please let us know.
Publications (ECUSA) is in search of an Assistant Editor.
For more information, contact the Revd Edward S. Gleason, editor and director, email@example.com
See you next Sunday.
Last updated: 21 June 1998