Contents: Letter to the Bishop dated 28 February 1973 -- Financial Structure of the Diocese -- Audited Financial Statements of the Incorporated Trustees -- The Diocesan Office -- The Bishop's Administrative and Secretarial Staff -- Diocesan Office Equipment and Automation -- Diocesan Business Referees -- Real Estate Vested in the Incorporated Trustees -- Development of Properties -- Capital Funds for Diocesan Buildings -- Dilapidation and Replacement Reserve Fund -- Insurance Reserve Fund -- Cash Funds and 'Near Cash' Investments Held by Parishes -- Regulations Affecting Investments, Term Deposits and Loans Held by Parishes -- Bank and Mortgage Loans Obtained by Parishes on Security of Church Property -- The Problems of Liquidity and Solvency -- Financial Reporting by the Parishes -- Parish Funds with the Incorporated Trustees -- Diocesan Dues and the System of Giving -- The Duplex Envelope System of Giving Superimposed on Stewardship -- The Anglican Women's Auxiliary -- Group Motor Vehicle Insurance for the Clergy and Other Full-Time Church Workers -- Health Care and Hospitalization Programme: Blue Cross -- Self-Insurance Study: Fire and General Insurance -- Summary of Recommendations -- Appendices.
"This bibliography, initially prepared for my own private use, includes material that relates to official church relations at the international and national levels [with the exception of South India] and for the most part only materials in German or English, with a weighting towards English. Material on theological or ecclesiastical influence of one tradition on the other is for the most part not included. Even within these limits, gaps undoubtedly exist, Some texts listed here do not involve Anglican-Lutheran relations in a strict sense, but relations involving churches with a significant Anglican background (e.g. the Church of South India) or a significant and internally independent Lutheran component (e.g. the Evangelical Church in Germany). Some relate to church union discussions involving more than Lutheran and Anglican churches (e.g. the East Africa Church Union Consultations of the early 1960's)." -- p. .
"I have received assistance in the preparation of this bibliography from Eugene L. Brand, Sven-Erik Brodd, and J. Robert Wright". -- Fn1, p. .
Bibliography contains 525 items arranged in classified order but includes no annotations.
Contents: I: Reports and Common Statements from Church to Church Discussions -- II: Individual Publications Out of the Dialogues -- III: Other Documents from Ecumenical Conferences beween Anglicans and Lutherans -- IV: Official Church Statements or Actions on Lutheran-Anglican Relations -- V: Commissioned or Otherwise Semi-Official Reports on Anglican-Lutheran Relations and Discussions -- VI: Works that Discuss Anglican-Lutheran Relations.
"Submitted to the Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity".
"[W]e offer to the world-wide Church a positive and hopeful outlook on The Final Report. The task of bringing together two different but related ecclesial traditions such as those of the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church while respecting their identities is a delicate one. We believe it can be achieved. The theological and human issues raised by The Final Report are complex, but together, in openness to the Lord's gift of koinonia,we can build a unity which fosters rather than stifles diversity. We can because we must: 'Give what you command, and command what you will'. (Augustine, Confessions, 10, 29)" -- Intro., p. 2.
Contents divided into five main sections: Introduction -- On the Eucharist -- On Ministry and Ordination -- On Authority in the Church -- Conclusion.
On the Eucharist section divided into sub-sections: 1. Eucharistic Sacrifice -- 2. The Presence of Christ -- 3. Reservation.
On Ministry and Ordination section divided into sub-sections: 1. The Divine Origin of the Ordained Ministry -- 2. The Emergence of the Threefold Ordering of the Ordained Ministry -- 3. The Relationship of the Ordained Ministry to Other Ministries in the Church -- 4. The Functions and Priestly Character of the Ordained Ministry -- 5. Ordination: An Unrepeatable Sacrament -- 6. Apostolic Succession -- 7. Recognition of Anglican Ordinations -- 8. Ordination of Women.
On Authority in the Church section divided into sub-sections: 1. Universal Primacy -- 2. Jurisdiction -- 3. Scripture and Tradition -- 4. Infallibility -- 5. Marian Definitions.
"[By] The Rev. Dr. Richard G. Leggett, Vancouver School of Theology".
In November 1996 the author presented "some reflections on the attitudes of the Lambeth Conferences towards episcopacy and ecumenism to the members of the Anglican-Lutheran Joint Working Group. [The Group] requested that I put those reflections into a more narrative form and Bishop [Frederick] Hiltz suggested that this paper might be shared [with] the members of the House of Bishops." -- Covering letter intro.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents divided into sections: Introduction -- A Shift in Paradigms -- The Lambeth Conference of 1867 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1878 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1888 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1897 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1908 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1920 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1930 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1948 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1958 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1968 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1978 -- The Lambeth Conference of 1988 -- Some Tentative Conclusions.
OTCH copy includes cover sheet dated 8 April 1997 on Vancouver School of Theology letterhead addressed "To: The Members of the House of Bishops, From: The Rev. Dr. Richard G. Leggett, Anglican-Lutheran Joint Working Group, Re: Discussion Paper on 'Episkope'".
OTCH Note: Paper was received and discussed at the April 1997 meeting of the Canadian House of Bishops.
Text in English and French with French text on inverted pages.
"Published under the authority of the Honourable Ronald A. Irwin, P.C., M.P., Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Ottawa, 1994". -- verso of t.-p.
"QS-3551-000-BB-A1". -- verso of t.-p.
"Catalogue No. R32-152/1994". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references.
"This report provides an account of some of the IYWIP [International Year of the World's Indigenous People] activities involving Canadians. It was prepared by the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in co-operation with other federal departments, provincial and territorial governments and Aboriginal organizations. The report will be submitted to the United Nations, and will be available to interested organizations, groups and people throughout Canada". -- Foreword.
Appendices contain: Appendix 1: United Nations Resolutions for IYWIP -- Appendix 2: Speeches and Sources -- Appendix 3: Activities and Conferences, Proceedings and Sources -- Appendix 4: Brochures, Calendars, Posters and Information Sheets -- Appendix 5: Booklets, Videos and Plays on Aboriginal People -- Appendix 6: Additional Reference Materials and Sources -- Appendix 7: Winners of the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards.
Typescript of paper received in Library 30 March 1973 but not otherwise dated.
Includes bibliographical endnotes.
"The problem of the relation between Baptism and Confirmation and the related questions concerning the right ages for confirmation and admission to communion drives us to ask a more fundamental question: what is the real meaning and significance of Christian initiation for someone entering upon the life of faith in the fellowship of the church in today's world ?" leaf .
A document first produced by the Diocese of Ottawa in June 1996 but this edition dated "98/5".
"The following articles have been written for clergy by clergy. They are intended as guidelines only, not as rules or regulation. It would be impossible to comment on every conceivable situation that might arise. That is where discretion has to enter. The exercise of common sense and good judgement, however, should solve most problems".
Contents divided into sections: Clergy Self-Care -- Stress -- Recognizing Stress -- Dealing with Stress --Single and Ordained -- Married and Ordained -- Sexual Boundaries -- Clergy Confidentiality -- Confidentiality -- Discretionary Funds.
"St-Bernard de Clairvaux, Dioc?se d'Ottawa". -- front cover.
"Cette traduction de la liturgie d'Am?rique a ?t? approuv?e pour le dioc?se d'Ottawa". -- back cover.
In French. Two hymns in French and English.
Contents: [Hymn, words only of 'Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus' in French and English on inside front cover] -- Liturgie penitentielle -- Liturgie de la parole -- Liturgie Eucharistique -- Pri?re eucharistique I -- Pri?re eucharistique II -- [Hymn, words only of 'The Church's One Foundation' in French and English on inside back cover].
OTCH Note: No date of publication. Archives of the Diocese of Ottawa can only suggest approximate date of 198-?. Email correspondence received 8 June 2011. ke
"This study guide was the concept of the Diocesan Board of Anglican Church Women for the Diocese of Nova Scotia, as a means of increasing awareness within their membership of the wider world of the Anglican Communion. .... The Diocese of Port Moresby could not be looked at in isolation, but rather within the wider context of the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea, and of the people and the nation which comprise that church. The materials included are intended to give a general overview of the life and work of the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea, its history, and the challenges that it faces. As well, we have included information on this fascinating country and its people and some of the social concerns that they are dealing with." -- Intro. leaf [ii].
Includes Table of Contents "Index" on leaf [ii].
Contents: Introduction -- Prayer / Bernard Narokobi -- Maps -- Facts About Papua New Guinea -- Pidgin Dictionary -- Lord's Prayer and Apostles' Creed in PNG Pidgin -- Why a Companion Diocese ? -- A Ministry of Companionship -- A Brief History of the Diocese of Port Moresby -- The Anglican Martyrs of Papua New Guinea -- Missionaries in PNG: The Early Years -- Missionaries in PNG: Into Modern Times -- Postscript -- Life in Today's PNG: Change and Challenge -- From Portsmouth to Papua New Guinea -- Christmas in Papua New Guinea -- A Theology of Travel in Papua New Guinea -- Anglicans Voice the Needs of Women in PNG -- Tragedies of Papua New Guinea Women -- Into the Time Machine -- The Impact of Mining in PNG -- Tourism in the Pacific -- Arts and Crafts in PNG.