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to all. And all good wishes on St David's Day, especially to our visitors
web sites slacken a bit (surely not connected to Lent) we found quite
a few online journals and magazines to bring to your attention, from
Hippy Liberal Christian Home Journal to Christianity
and the Arts.
distant Anglican centres have interesting web sites: the Anglican
Centre in Rome and the DeKoven
Centre in Wisconsin, USA. Do take a moment to tour the fascinating
facilities of both. I must confess I was taken with the Italian mosaic
pool (or, as it's termed, the natatorium)
at DeKoven. Wondering who DeKoven is? The Anglican answer is here.
we welcome the Diocese of Taiwan
online, along with Good
Shepherd parish in Taipei.
page remains a focus for many visitors this month, and we add
new links quite frequently. Do check it for resources related to the
you'll find Brian Reid's usual assortment of all the Anglican-related
news we can find on the net. Brian reports:
is only one story in the UK press this week, on institutional racism.
It is very surprising to me that this story has been essentially invisible
in the North American press.
Centre received a complaint from someone whose opinion matters to
us that we were putting too much of a slant on the news, and should
cease the commentary and just list the stories. I tried to set up
a "just the news" page by removing commentary, but it ended
up being just a useless list of URLs. And the very act of deciding
which URLs to include and which not to include will intrinsically
put a slant on things. So I gave up. I don't think we put a huge slant
on the news, and if you read our News Centre regularly, you'll figure
out what that slant is. We try hard not to be political or factional,
but we also try hard to be genuinely Anglican. When those conflict,
I have to make a judgment call. I usually say what it is.
I think that all of the News Centre readers who are organists or choirmasters
have stopped reading Anglicans Online because they are resentful of
the News Centre's unwillingness to side with Dr. Neary in the Abbey
Organist affair. I still believe we made the right call. Slanted?
I don't think so. Taking a stand? You betcha.
over to Cynthia.
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Last updated: 28 February 1999