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Week of 16 May 1999

General Resources
Trinity Episcopal School (ECUSA) newsletter for Mission and Ministry --

Religious Orders
Community of the Resurrection, iinformation about the Community and its work, including the College of the Resurrection, an Anglican theological college --

Not in the Communion
Anglican Catholic Byzantine Church of America --

Also we have restructured this section completely, dividing it into three separate pages.

News Centre
Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission raises many eyebrows. Many bishops meet in Bartonville, Illinois. All this and not much else in this week's News Centre, except that we've used the time that came from having not much news this week to restructure our news resource collection so that it makes more sense to us. We hope that it makes more sense to you now.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
enham, St Luke and St John --
Send (near Woking, Surrey), St Mary the Virgin --

College of the Resurrection, an Anglican theological college --

California: Tracy, St Mark --
Idaho: Idaho Falls, St Mark --

Conferences, seminars, exhibitions, etc.
The 450th Anniversary of the First Prayer Book of Edward VI: General Theological Seminary, New York
The 450th Anniversary of the First Prayer Book of Edward VI: Christ Church, Oxford

Commentary by various leaders about issues expected to come before the General Convention in 2000. --

Week of 9 May 1999

Manitoba: Dynevor (Selkirk), St Peter --
New Brunswick, Quispamsis, St Luke's Gondola Point --

A 'Positions Available' bulletin board, sponsored by the Anglican Church of Canada. It's not limited to ACC lay and clerical job openings. You can see what's available here -- and post openings here -- This is the first such national-international Anglican jobs roster we've heard about.

Saskatoon Centre for Ecumenism --

General Resources
Fraternity of the Resurrection, lay supporters of the Community of the Resurrection, Mirfield, England --

News Centre
The ABC threatens to boycott The Dome. Prayer Book Society of Canada News Centre reaches full throttle. UK moving rapidly towards separation of Church and State. Celebrations planned and announced for 450th anniversary of the Prayer Book. A very comprehensive study of church attendance in Australia, and a new Bishop there. 60 Bishops give a garden party for a few thousand teenagers. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
Guildford, St Saviour --
Tangmere, St Andrew --

Glasgow: St Mary's Cathedral --

Conferences, seminars, exhibitions, etc.
The 450th Anniversary of the First Prayer Book of Edward VI: Christ Church, Oxford University, 27 May

2.30 pm - 5.30 pm, Exhibition in the Upper Library, Christ Church
3.00 pm Lecture by Prof. Diarmaid MacCulloch "Who Was Thomas Cranmer?" in the Cathedral
4.00 pm Afternoon tea served in the Lee Building
6.00 pm Celebration of the Supper of the Lord, and the Holy Communion, Commonly Called the Masse, according to the Prayer Book of 1549, "Small Devotion" setting by John Taverner

The diary for the day, incorporating the frontispiece of the Christ Church copy of the 1549 Prayer Book: (~180K graphic) (no graphic)

California: Long Beach, St Thomas of Canterbury --
California: San Diego, St Elizabeth --
California: San Diego, St Dunstan --
Georgia: Macon, St Paul --
Massachusetts: Bedford, St Paul --
Michigan: Pontiac, All Saints --
New York: Riverdale, Christ Church --
Texas: Houston (Meyerland), St Thomas --
Wisconsin: Green Bay, Christ --

Guatemala: Guatemala City, Cathedral of St James (English-speaking parish) --

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