Monthly Archives: April 2011

Women in the Life of Christ – Elaine Storkey

Women at the Cross by Elaine Storkey Reading: Mark 15 25-41; Luke 23 50-56 There were many bystanders at the public execution on that first Good Friday. Some came for the experience; the spectacle of human torture and death is … Continue reading

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Chrism Mass Sermon – by Bp. Graham Kings

Silence: Space for God’s Eloquence Sermon preached at the Maundy Thursday Chrism Eucharist by Bishop Graham Kings Salisbury Cathedral, 21 April 2011   At this Eucharist, where thanksgiving is central, I would like to begin with thanks. Thanks for your … Continue reading

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Bishop Katherine Schori (TEC) in Pittsburg

Episcopal bishop juggles rift, ministry Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori makes first official visit to Pittsburgh Wednesday, April 20, 2011 By Ann Rodgers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Bob Donaldson/Post-Gazette Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori came to Pittsburgh to … Continue reading

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U.S. PRESIDENT’S EASTER MESSAGE

‘Nothing beats Scripture’ for keeping life in perspective, Obama says Tuesday, April 19, 2011 By Catholic News S… By Patricia Zapor, Catholic News Service Add Comment ShareThisWASHINGTON (CNS) — At busy times and amid critical national debates, “nothing beats Scripture … Continue reading

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Laura Sykes (Anglican Laywoman) on ‘The Covenant’

Is Archbishop Rowan fatally dependent on his sat nav?   Everyone has heard silly stories, some surely apocryphal, of drivers being led astray by their sat navs, with varying results from getting stuck in narrow country lanes to driving off … Continue reading

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Catholicity Outweighs Autonomy – Paul Avis

The Anglican Communion Covenant by Paul Avis  originally published in The Living Church on April 1, 2011, republished with permission. The future of the Anglican Communion is in jeopardy. The Windsor Report proposed an Anglican Covenant, centering on mutual commitment, to secure … Continue reading

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Nicholas Holtam, Bishop-elect for Salisbury, 2006 Message to G.S.

  A Response to the Primates of the Global South Dear Friends in Christ Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus. In the statement following the meeting of Anglican Primates from the Global South at Kigali you said you’re … Continue reading

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Is there any place for religious faith in science?

Can scientists be religious? Sam Harris argues science and faith are completely incompatible, while Robert Winston would like to be more inclusive. Emine Saner adjudicates Interview by Emine Saner The Guardian, Saturday 16 April 2011 Robert Winston and Sam Harris … Continue reading

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Bible in the Life of the Church Project – ACC Standing Committee

Stephen Lyon, Bible in the Life of the Church project manager gave a presentation on the progress made on this initiative. He explained that participants in six regional groups were asked to engage with Scripture to see what it says … Continue reading

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Lincoln Choice of ‘Inclusive’ Bishop

Friday 15 April 2011 Diocese of Lincoln The Queen has approved the nomination of the Venerable Christopher Lowson, AKC, STM, MTh, LLM, Director of Ministry at the Archbishops’ Council, for election as Bishop of Lincoln in succession to the Right … Continue reading

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