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Hallo again to all.
Even if your Spanish isn't quite up to the mark, you might like to visit a new site
from Paraguay, in the province Iglesia Anglicana del Cono Sud de las
en la Red serves as
a source of information about the Anglican Church and promotes greater harmony between
historically sectarian churches; the Roman Catholic-Evangelical divide is still very
strong in that part of the world. And the site tackles ever-present misconceptions,
such as Henry VIII
founding the Anglican Church. A rough translation of the pages can be done using
Altavista's translation service. The webmaster cautions that 'it translates
"red" as network. for example, when it should be net--the Lord's (fishing)
It isn't surprising that countries with more developed technology dominate the Internet
and thus predominate on Anglicans Online, but this makes it difficult for us to be
able to bring you news from around the Anglican Communion. An invitation from us
to you: If you are reading this and are from a part of the communion where Anglican
news and web pages are scarce, would you consider sending us email
reports from time to time? Those could be about what is occurring in your parish
or diocese, Anglican perspectives on local news, whatever you think might interest
Anglicans round the world. We'd be happy to format your email reports for the web
and link them here at Anglicans Online. And we'll happily commission anyone who periodically
sends us news 'An Official Anglicans Online Roaming Reporter'. (Better title to come...)
There is some groundbreaking news from England about the possibility of a multi-faith coronation
service for the next monarch,
and in the News
Centre we have assembled
several links to this. Brian Reid, our editor, reports on a number of other stories
as well, but these rather pale in significance.
You may recall that last week we reported on the UK's Church Advertising Network's
provocative Easter advert campaign. Here is a link to the actual poster, which wasn't available last Sunday. For
those just catching up, you can reference the story here.
Ecclesiastical Law Society of America
was incorporated as a non-profit corporation in December 1998. The incorporators
'hope that it will be a resource and means of communications for all chancellors
and other interested persons in the Episcopal Church, and is meant to parallel the
Ecclesiastical Law Society which has existed in the British Isles for several years'.
If you've not visited the Anglican Canon Law site, you'll might like to. There is a wealth of
information that will interest many of us who are not canonists.
The Welsh parish of Llandwrog and Llanwnda has an informative and helpful web site,
which contains one of the most interesting histories we've read. Even without pictures, it's
Speaking of parishes, if you are in Canada, has your parish copies of the 1962 edition
of the Book of Common Prayer? A correspondent would like to purchase about 100 and
would pay for the post. If you can help, email Gary Freeman.
See you next week.
Last updated: 17 January 1999