/September 1997 Articles

BOOK REVIEWS

September 1997 ANGLICANS AND TRADITION AND THE ORDINATION OF WOMEN, H.R. McAdoo, Canterbury Press, Norwich, 1997, 138 + ix pp, pbk, ISBN l-85311- 172-4, £11.99 ALL ANGLICANS owe a debt of gratitude to the former Archbishop of Dublin and Co-Chairman [...]

SYNOD INSIDER

A Tale of Heads and Tails by Gerry O'Brien "My personal impression," said Alan McLintock, Chairman of the Central Board of Finance, "is that outside the confines of this Synod, Millbank and Church House, there is only a very limited [...]

LETTER FROM AMERICA

God of Many Names by David Mills JUDGING FROM WHAT they have said, the organisers of General Convention believe that “God” will be present before anyone arrives, during all the proceedings and after all have packed up and gone. Further, [...]

BACK TO CLERICAL BASICS

Michael Smith considers a subtle shift in the perception of the place of the parish clergy [This article originally appeared in PARSON AND PARISH, the journal of the English Clergy Association, of which Michael Smith is the Editor] ENJOYING HIMSELF [...]

THIRTY DAYS SEPTEMBER 1997

SPLASHING OUT Further to the report (30 Days, August) on Canterbury Diocesan Conference, several readers have contacted us with descriptions of the uplifting final worship. Armed with buckets of water the Bishops and Archbishop went about liberally asperging their unsuspecting [...]