/August 1995 Articles

FOCUS

More about Alpha for Catholics: Follow-up to the Meetings   3-course celebration supper We celebrated the completion of the Alpha Course with a grand 3-course supper to which participants invited their friends and relatives. The assistant priest gave an after-dinner [...]

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THE REFORM CONFERENCE:

BY NIGEL ATKINSON THE REFORM CONFERENCE has begun to occupy a firm place in the calendars of convinced doctrinal evangelicals and this year saw no exception. Indeed, after the recent considered proclamations of the Rt Revs Holloway and Rawcliffe and [...]

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REFORM UPDATE

Does Reform care about the Inner City?   This was a question put to me by a vicar from Liverpool working in the inner city. It was said in the context of the recent Reform Conference. My reaction was "Yes, [...]

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LETTER FROM AMERICA

The End of the Affair I am sorry to write once again about the committee charged with deciding what to do with those of us who cannot accept the ordination of women, but it is the most important matter facing [...]

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LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA

Evangelicals and anglo-catholics, who learnt to co-operate in the struggle over the ordination of women have found themselves at loggerheads again in recent months in Australia over a proposed new prayer book. The much vaunted re-alignment of Christendom seems closer [...]

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LETTER FROM JAPAN

A recent visit to my parents in Tokyo enabled me to make contact with the members of the Association for the Apostolic Ministry in Japan (AAMJ) to exchange information and offer mutual support. The Holy Catholic Church of Japan or [...]

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SYNOD INSIDER

Reflections on the end of a Quinquennium Synod has a quintessential love of long words. Any other organization would manage to conduct its affairs without recourse to words like Convocation and Prolocutor - but then without our little eccentricities, life [...]

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POP GOES THE WEASEL

Usage and ab-usage in the language of contemporary Anglicanism Mrs Ellen Cooke, wife of the Rector of St John's, McLean, Virginia, USA, has recently admitted to the embezzlement of $2.2 million from the central funds of the Episcopal Church, of [...]

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