"The Anglican Centre is joining forces with Liverpool Hope University College to offer an Ecumenism Module during June this year . The Module will last two weeks, the first week (June 12th-18th) being spent at Liverpool Hope and the second (June 18th-25th) at the Anglican Centre in Rome." "We are planning some new Courses for 2006, so we hope old friends will revisit us and new ones join us. You will also be able to find these details on our website". See also more complete course description on page 6.
For over thirty years, Anglican students have come to study at the Venerable English College and the Pontifical Universities. While in Rome. the students "relate to the Anglican Centre, use its Library and contribute to its life".
Includes a personal reflection on his experience by Neil Patterson, a student at Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxford, and an ordinand for the diocese of Hereford.
Short article with photo showing "Bishop David Vunagi and the Rev. Canon Kenneth Kearon ... at the ACR [Anglican Centre in Rome] stall". "Amidst the bookstalls, displays of ecclesiastical finery and mission agencies, the Anglican Centre welcomed to its Lambeth stall many old friends and new inquirers. The sign 'You have a place in Rome' enticed not only Bishops and their spouses to pause, but also members of the general public who were for the first time able to attend". "Margie Richardson, William and Joanna Sanders and a team of willing volunteers greeted visitors over the first eleven days".
See also photo on p.  with caption: "The Very Reverend David Richardson and his wife Margie talking to the Very Reverend John Hall, Dean of Westminster at Buckingham Palace during the  Lambeth Conference".
Description of three courses to be offered by the Anglican Centre in 2001 i.e. "Communion in Mission : A new stage in Anglican Roman Catholic Relations ?" February 19-26; "Romess 2001 : Truth, Love and Beauty in the Eternal City" June 18-26; and "Tradition and Imagination : How is Apostolic Tradition influenced by fresh insights and contexts ?" October 1-8. Includes inset piece on page 7 entitled "Useful course information". Booking form on page 8.
"The Revd Canon Dr. Richard Marsh, a Governor of the Anglican Centre in Rome, has been appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury to be Canon Residentiary and Director of the Education Centre at Canterbury Cathedral in succession to Canon Peter Brett. Canon Brett retires in February 2001. Richard Marsh has been Principal Ecumenical Secretary to the Archbishop since 1995 and a member of the Archbishop's staff at Lambeth Palace since 1992. He will continue in post until he moves to Canterbury".
A photo and brief note showing St. Constance Joanna, mother superior of the Sisterhood of Saint John the Divine, throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain while in Rome to attend the February 2000 seminar on authority in the church. Also pictured with seminar attendees on p. 6.
"Following the International Bishops' Meeting in Canada the Governors of the Anglican Centre met in New York on May 25th  at the Offices of the Chair of Governors, Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold. The Board of Trustees of the American Friends of the Centre, meeting at the same time, joined the Governors for part of their meeting." Noted among the other agenda items was the comment: "The electronic cataloguing of the library was given a high priority".
Also includes accompanying article "Transfiguration Reception" which notes that "The American Friends of the Anglican Centre in Rome held a reception at the Rectory of the Church of the Transfiguration ... in Manhattan. .... Dean Stephen Platten paid a particular tribute to Dr. Alan Horton, strong supporter of the Anglican Centre when he lived and worked in Rome, and an indefatigable worker and motivator for support since his return to the United States".
With this publication in 1993 "it is possible now to argue that Roman Catholic exegesis operates with the same criteria which have been in use for the last 100-150 years among non-fundamentalist Protestants, while textual criticism and philology arethe same ones which are generally accepted".
"Vale : Monsignor Don Bolen leaves Rome to return to Canada". Article written by Monsignor Don Bolen. "For the past seven years, I have had the privilege of working at the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian unity, with particular responsibility for relations between the Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion. Through this period, I've had the opportunity to work with three Directors of the Anglican Centre [ Richard, Garrard, John Flack and David Richardson]". "These relationship have all been characterized by friendship, respect and trust, built on the profound desires of our two Communions to find unity in Christ".
See also photo on p.  with caption: "Ecumenical Evening Prayer at Caravita to farewell Msgr. Don Bolen with the Rt. Rev. Michael Putney and the Rt. Rev. Dr. Tom Wright".