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This page last updated 27 June 1999
Anglicans Online last updated 27 June 1999

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Week of 27 June 1999

Ontario: Woodstock, Old St Paul's --

News Centre
More tributes and obituaries for Cardinal Basil Hume, all well worth reading. Big Stink at St Paul's Cathedral over the ordination of women. The Church of England may permit weddings on the beach. The Archbishop of Brisbane has a lot to say on several topics, conveniently transcribed for you by Anglican Media Brisbane. Rochester (guess which one) elects a new bishop. The Church of England issued a press release saying that the number of ordinations is increasing, and the British press is getting all excited about it. A leading Roman Catholic publication carries an article saying that the Internet isn't really so bad as people think. We have used the Internet to pirate an illegal copy of the article to make sure you get a chance to read it. HM the Queen is worried that the ABC may boycott the Millennium Dome. The Church Times takes a bold technological step forward. The Times' web site is still the worst in the industry. All this and more in the News Centre.

Christian and Ministry Education
Science education for the clergy: Could your rector pass this quiz? Could you? This is Dr Ed Friedlander's take on what clergy should know. (It's not an aesthetically pretty file, but the content is most useful.) --

Greenbelt Interfaith News, in its June issue, offers an impressive roster of links to recent news stories on science and religion. --

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
Godalming: SS Peter and Paul, and St Mark --

Florida: Sarasota, Church of the Nativity --
New Jersey: Burlington, St Mary's Parish --
North Carolina: Canton, St Andrew --
Texas: San Antonio, St George --
Texas: San Antonio, St Paul --
West Virginia: Saint Albans (the place), St Mark's Church --

'Peek through the Window', designed primarily for young adults in the States checking out what the Episcopal Church has to offer. --

Week of 20 June 1999

Australia and New Zealand
Australia, NSW: Epping, St Alban's and West Epping, St Aidan's --

Conferences, Events
'Creativity in The Small Church', 24-25 September, 1999, an ecumenical conference at the Aurora Conference Centre in Aurora, Ontario, Canada. This is a cooperative, non-profit effort which offers support and ideas for small church enthusiasts. --

Anglican-Music mailing list: semi-official FAQ --

Anglican-Music mailing list: semi-official FAQ --

General music information from St John's Cathedral, Jacksonville, Florida, USA --

News Centre
Cardinal Basil Hume, leader of the Roman Catholic church in England, has died, and most of the news this week is either about him or about the effects of his life or death. John Naughton has a thoughtful piece in The Observer about online news. Problems for a woman priest at St Paul's Cathedral; a wedding that made international news; the Church Times is less than thrilled with the first report from the Archbishops' Council in England. The Diocese of Connecticut elects its suffragan bishop as diocesan. No organists have committed crimes this week. And there actually is some non-English news in this week's News Centre, but you'll have to go there to find it.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
Shirley (Southampton): Shirley Parish --
Southampton Deanery youth site --
Wednesbury Deanery (Diocese of Lichfield) --

English dioceses
Diocese of Chelmsford:

The Scottish Episcopal Church official site --

Maine: Bangor, St John --
Mississippi: Oxford, St Peter --
Pennsylvania: Leechburg, Holy Innocents --
South Carolina: Ridgeland, Holy Trinity --
Washington: Vancouver, St Luke --

Diocese of Wyoming:

Charting the Episcopal Church'. graphs of ECUSA communicants, parishes, clergy, marriages, births, and gross receipts from 1850-1997--

Christ Church (Red Hook New York) Tape Ministry, proividing tape and video services for church-related events at reasonable prices --

'The Material History of Religion', which '... studies the history of American religion in all its complexity by focusing on material objects and economic themes. Working with religious leaders, it helps contemporary religious communities with their economic concerns by placing those concerns within an historical context'. --

Hong Kong: St Andrew (Diocese of Western Kowloon) --

A young missioner position open in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. More details here.

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