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  1. Polycarp1

    Polycarp1 Born-again Liberal Episcopalian

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    Outstanding series of articles on Anglican Spirituality at the Anglican Communion website

    Membership of the Anglican Communion -- a page of links to the member churches of the Anglican Communion

    Anglicans Online, an independent, non-official but fair and comprehensive website for Anglican information

    The Episcopal Church website

    Main index page for the Church of England website

    Anglican Church of Australia website

    Anglican Church of Canada website

    Joint website of the Reformed Episcopal Church and the Anglican Province of America*

    Anglican Mission in America website*

    What Anglicans Believe (very brief, with interesting links)

    The historical CoE and ECUSA Books of Common Prayer

    The 1979 [url='http://www.holycross-raleigh.org/bcp/"]Book of Common Prayer[/url] for ECUSA (page is Table of Contents, with links to individual sections of the book).

    Links to Books of Common Prayer from other parts of the Anglican Communion

    Website of the American Anglican Council, the conservative grouping within the Episcopal Church



    * It should be made clear here that these churches are not members of the Anglican Communion but consider themselves as carrying on the Anglican tradition in an independent role, and their members are welcomed as Anglicans in this forum.
     
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2010
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  2. chalice_thunder

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  3. pmcleanj

    pmcleanj Lord Jesus, have mercy on me, a sinner

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    Good site! I use it weekly for Bible Study. And also these lectionary study-sites:

    http://divinity.lib.vanderbilt.edu/lectionary/ -- Vanderbilt University Divinity Library Revised Common Lectionary Site.
    http://www.montreal.anglican.org/comments/ -- Anglican Diocese of Montreal comments on the RCL
    http://www.episcopalchurch.org/5400_33946_ENG_HTM.htm -- RCL lesson plans

    The following are not Anglican links per se, but are excellent resources for studying the weekly Lessons.
    http://www.plu.edu/~crel/wordlink/ -- Pacific Lutheran University comments on the RCL
    http://www.ucc.org/worship/samuel/ -- United Church of Christ comments on the RCL
    http://www.sundayschoollessons.com
    http://www.sermons4kids.com/
    http://www.efree.mb.ca/lectionarypuzzles
     
  4. Polycarp1

    Polycarp1 Born-again Liberal Episcopalian

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    In an effort to link to major church and BCP sites, I forgot two of my favorite sites:

    http://satucket.com/lectionary/Calendar.htm This is the Calendar of the Church Year, with all ECUSA-authorized commemorations of saints and feast days except movable feasts (tied to the date of Easter) listed. The main page is the church calendar; each listing is a link to a biography of the saint (or a short write-up on the feast) with lectionary and collect for the day.

    http://www.oremus.org/hymnal/82.html Index to The Hymnal 1982. Links connect to pages on individual hymns which give the text unless copyright issues preclude doing so, the author, and generally a MIDI file of the music to which it is set. (Some of the MIDI files leave a bit to be desired musically. :()
     
  5. TomUK

    TomUK What would Costanza do? Supporter

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    I site i use often for a variety of reasons is www.wikipedia.org It is just a very good and concise online encyclopedia, and i've found it helpful at times to fill in basic gaps in my knowledge- religious or otherwise.
     
  6. chalice_thunder

    chalice_thunder Senior Veteran

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    WOW - thanks for all the goodies! Can't wait to explore and use them! :clap:
     
  7. chalice_thunder

    chalice_thunder Senior Veteran

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    Hey Poly
    I had never seen the Hymnal Index - THAT could come in handy-dandy.
    :bow:

    PS thanks for the rep/comment :D
     
  8. sarahbug

    sarahbug Well-Known Member

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    Hey, thanks for all the links! Looks like I'll have a lot of learning resources now. :D
     
  9. TomUK

    TomUK What would Costanza do? Supporter

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    Anther good hymnal website is the Cyber Hymnal It isn't totally comprehensive but you can search for hymns by a number of methods - seasons, tune, biblical verse etc.l
     
  10. September

    September Regular Member

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    Lots of great resources here... thanks! :cool:

    I also use HymnSite.com all the time.
     
  11. Susan

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    Thank you VERY much for this. . .*makes note to self to put all of these sites in favorites
     
  12. Polycarp1

    Polycarp1 Born-again Liberal Episcopalian

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    ...make this thread a sticky? I found it on page 2, and I think the resources could be very valuable. Thanks! :)
     
  13. JeffreyLloyd

    JeffreyLloyd Ave Maria, Gratia plena! Supporter

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    Done :)
     
  14. Polycarp1

    Polycarp1 Born-again Liberal Episcopalian

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    Thanks, Jeffrey!!! :)
     
  15. Zacharias

    Zacharias זכריה

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  16. Cjwinnit

    Cjwinnit Advocatus Diaboli (Retired)

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  17. Wigglesworth

    Wigglesworth Simple Chicken Farmer

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    Here are some Old Catholic and Anglican links that I've found interesting:

    Old Catholic Church of North America - Father Rick's communion.

    Polish National Catholic Church - a communion started by Polish Americans who were excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church, with bishops having an apostolic heritage through the Archbishop of Utrecht.

    Father Tony Begonja's Guide to Autocephalous Churches - an outdated but informative website with many links to Old Catholic, Independent Catholic, and a variety of other kinds of bishops and churches.

    Anglican Province of Christ the Good Shepherd - a Charismatic Anglo-Catholic communion.

    Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches - a Charismatic Convergence communion with roots in the ECUSA.

    :crossrc:
     
  18. IowaLutheran

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    Here's some cool links I have come across. This links to the C of E's online daily breviary:

    http://www.breviary.info/office.html

    This is the journal of St John's College in Durham. The current issue (summer 05) has lots of great articles on Tolkien, Pope JPII, and DaVinci Code (the latter is Tom Wright's take on it - if you're looking for a short article to debunk it without having to read a book, this is it).

    http://www.dur.ac.uk/StJohnsCollege/borderlands/journal.htm
     
  19. Zacharias

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    The Liturgy of the Hours: http://www.liturgyhours.org/

    This website offers daily Liturgy of the Hours Morning, Daytime, Evening and Night Prayer, plus the Office of Readings. The prayers are offered in Adobe Acrobat formats that print as booklets, display on PCs and mobile devices, and 'Read Out Loud' on PCs.
     
  20. Historicus

    Historicus Follower of Jesus Christ

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