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This page last updated 25 July 1999
Anglicans Online last updated 25 July 1999

New This Week

ALL THE NEW URLS we receive each week are here. We post two weeks' worth, cycling the old ones off each week. Before they disappear from this page, you'll find the URLs in their natural homes at Anglicans Online.


Week of 25 July 1999

Canada
Ontario: Glencoe, St John -- http://members.aol.com/jdiam10312/stjohns.htm
Ontario: Sarnia, St Bartholomew -- http://www.st-bartholomew.on.ca/

Australia and New Zealand
New Zealand dioceses
The Diocese of Wellington -- http://wellington.anglican.org

New Zealand parishes
Kelburn: St Michael -- http://www.stmichaels.wellington.net.nz

Australian parishes
Sylvania Heights: Sylvania Anglican Church -- http://www.1earth.net/~youth/Sylvania.html

Australian resources
Christian Youth Resources, Australia -- http://www.1earth.net/~youth/index.html

See below under 'Theological Issues' for a link to Archbishop Rayner's addresses on the future of Catholic Anglicanism.

Church Administration
The Alban Institute, a well-known organisation in the States with strong links to the Episcopal Church that offers a variety of resources for parish administration and education. -- http://www.syneqx.com/home.html

News Centre
National food of Australia probably made from genetically modified yeast. Parliament debates what English churches can grow in their gardens. Many people discuss women priests and compensating people who don't want them. The Times (London) has 7 articles worth your attention this week. AO's onsite reporter explains what really happened on the Heresy Trials issue. Church of Scotland members (not Anglican) complain that the BBC has insulted God. God has not commented. Cries of "foul" in re the new Bishop of Exeter. New Australian hymn book. Survey results of ECUSA church membership posted. Anglican Church of Australia brought to task for spending too much money on a cathedral. St Alban possibly exposed as a pagan fraud. New Dean of the Melbourne cathedral. All this and more in the News Centre.

Theological issues
The Future of Catholic Anglicanism, an address by the Most Reverend Dr Keith Rayner, Archbishop of Melbourne, and Primate of Australia at St Peter's, Eastern Hill, Melbourne 14 July, 1999 on the anniversary of John Keble's Assize Sermon (14 July 1833) -- http://www.stpeters.org.au/news/keble99.shtml

Project Canterbury is a most worthwhile effort to make texts of the Oxford Movement and classical Anglicanism available online. Tract 90 is now in HTML, though not yet linked to the main page, at http://www.columbia.edu/~rjm45/pc/tract90.html. Updates are made at least weekly to the content and scope of the page. Volunteers are welcome and needed. -- http://www.columbia.edu/~rjm45/PC

Odds and Ends
'The Ringing World', a bell-ringers magazine from the UK.-- http://www.ringingworld.co.uk/

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
Fulham Fields, St Andrew -- http://www.starcourse.org/sciteb2/starcourse/standrews/
Liverpool (Mossley Hill), St Barnabas -- http://pennylaneliverpool.merseyside.org/

Resources
The Royal Army Chaplains' Department -- http://www.armychaplains.com

USA
Illinois: Wheaton, Trinity -- http://www.trinitywheaton.org
Massachusetts: Andover, Christ Church -- http://www.christ-church.com
Massachusetts: Charlestown, St John -- http://users.erols.com/fike/stjohns/
Ohio: Hilliard (Columbus), St Nicholas of Myra -- http://www.tbliz.com/saintnicholas
Texas: Austin, St Alban -- http://www.myplanet.net/saintalbans/
Texas: Dallas, All Saints -- http://www.allstsdallas.org
Virginia: Williamsburg, Bruton Parish -- http://brutonparish.org
Wisconsin: Racine, St Luke -- http://www.execpc.com/~st-lukes/

Youth
Christian Youth Resources, Australia -- http://www.1earth.net/~youth/index.html


Week of 18 July 1999

Australia and New Zealand
Australian parishes
South Australia: Adelaide, St Mary Magdalene -- http://marymag.mtx.net/

Discussion
Douglas LeBlanc, a highly regarded religion reporter, recently left his position at Episcopalians United and thus oversight of the mailing list 'Anglican Voice'. He has now begun an independent mailing list of his own. Details here.

CHANT-L is a new mailing list devoted to, well, chant. Here's more information.

LitML: Those interested in XML and knowledgeable in one of several areas might like to join a project to develop a liturgical markup language (provisionally 'LitML', a subset of XML) and form a mailing list. This is all made clearer here.

Events
The Diocese of Barbados is celebrating its 175th anniversary. The programme for July can be seen at -- http://www.barbados.anglican.org/175thanniversarycelebrations.htm

Wales, July 1999: Society of Catholic Priests Fifth Annual Conference at St Michael and All Angels' Theological College, Llandaff, Wales. from 19 - 21 July. The theme is 'Healing and Reconciliation' and speakers include the Rt Revd Dr Rowan Williams and the Revd Sr Una Krolll. Further details from John Connell on ++01633 614084

News Centre
The Church of England is having a Synod, and so is the Church of the Province of Southern Africa. Guess which one is doing a better job of publicity? Archbishop of Melbourne Keith Rayner speaks out on The Gift of Authority. Ruth Gledhill writes admiringly of the Archbishop of Canterbury's newfound political muscle. The British press writes a torrent of sensational articles about the Synod, much of which is actually true. Anglicans Online's UK reporter files a story about the Nicene Creed. The Church Times fails to publish online a letter to the editor written from #10 Downing Street, but we publish it for them, and for you. Peter Owen reports for Anglicans Online on the new Church-Search service. The Bishop of Oxford writes about Kosovo; the Church Times writes about the Archbishops' council, and the ABC delivers a formal response to the Stephen Lawrence Enquiry. The Bishop of Gibraltar and the Bishop of London travel to war zones but are not allowed into Belgrade. More than you ever wanted to know about St Paul's Brockton, and the first official visit of the PB of ECUSA to Russia.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English dioceses
Diocese of Canterbury -- http://canterbury.anglican.org

USA
Parishes
Alaska: Juneau, Church of the Holy Trinity -- http://www.juneau.com/holytrinity/
California: Elk Grove, St Mary -- http://sacplaza.com/stmarys
Louisiana: New Orleans, Holy Comforter -- http://www.angelfire.com/la/comforter/


Week of 11 July 1999

Australia and New Zealand
Australian parishes
Victoria: Melbourne, Glen Waverly, St Barnabas -- http://www.alphalink.com.au/~gwac/
New South Wales: Sydney, Darling Point, St Mark -- http://www.accsoft.com.au/~stmarks/

Australian resources
Western Australia, Perth: The Centre for Christian Spirituality at Wollaston College -- http://www.ozemail.com.au/~tburt/Wollaston/wollaston.html

Books, Bookshops etc.
Anglican Book Centre Publishing (Anglican Church of Canada) is looking for writers. More information here.

Theological resources
'Interested in finding out more about God, Jesus, Christianity, and the meaning of life?' A sophisticated and sleek Australian ecumenical site, with a good portion of its material written by Anglicans. Well worth a visit. -- http://www.christianity.net.au/

Canada
Parishes
Nova Scotia: Mahone Bay, St James Parish (St. James' Church, Christ Church and Union Church -- http://www.celticww.ns.ca/stjames/

News Centre
More madness on the Millennium Dome. The Church of England starts an advertising campaign. Academics turn to angels and eroticism. The BBC finds something to say about the upcoming Church of England Synod. That same Church has published upbeat statistics about itself on its web site. St Paul's Brockton asks you to read their web site if you are making up your mind about the squabble there. An Australian Roman Catholic priest draws the ire of Cardinal Ratzinger by suggesting that Anglicans matter. All this and more in the News Centre.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
South Croydon: Emmanuel -- http://www.emmanuelcroydon.org.uk/

English cathedrals
Diocese of Southwark Cathedral -- http://max.roehampton.ac.uk/link/dswark/cath/welcome.htm

Resources
Key statistics about the Church of England -- http://cofe.anglican.org/about/frame_statistics.html

USA
Parishes
Ohio: Delaware, St Peter -- http://www.hows.net/43015spec
Tennessee: Memphis, Calvary -- http://www.calvaryjc.org

Dioceses
Diocese of Mississippi -- http://mississippi.anglican.org

Cathedrals
Diocese of Mississppi: St Andrew's Cathedral, Jackson --  http://standrewscathedral.org

World
Hong Kong, Western Kowloon, Holy Spirit Church (in Chinese) -- http://home.netvigator.com/~skhhsc


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