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1992 : A year of reflection on the past 500 years in preparation for the next 500 years

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6829
Publication Date
[1991]
Material Type
Booklet
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 98 E6 N5 1991
Corporate Author
Episcopal Church
Place
[Oklahoma City OK]
Publisher
[Episcopal Indian Ministries Field Office]
Publication Date
[1991]
Physical_Description
[8] p. : 21.5 x 13.7 cm.
Material Type
Booklet
Notes
Cover title.
Booklet "In Response to Resolution by The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church of the United States of American, February 1989, Prepared by: The Presiding Bishops' Church Center Task Force on Appropriate Observance of the 500th Anniversary of the Voyage of Christopher Columbus; Episcopal Council of Indian Ministries [and] Office of American Indian/Alaska Native Ministries". -- inside front cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: Executive Council Resolution dated February 1989 -- Resolution: Indian Ministries Task Force / Joint Action and Strategy dated May 1988 -- What Happened ? -- Today -- Tomorrow -- Discovery translates Racism / Edmond L. Browning -- Meditation on 1992 -- Celebration of Our Survival: October 12, 1992, Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., 11:00 A.M. -- A Celebration of Our Survival / Rose Robinson -- Appropriate Observance of 1992 -- Select Bibliography [on inside back cover].
Added Entry
Episcopal Church. Episcopal Council of Indian Ministries
Browning, Edmond L. (Edmond Lee), 1929-2016
Robinson, Rose
Subjects
Columbus Quincentenary, 1992-1993 - Episcopal Church
Indigenous peoples - United States - Episcopal Church
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Call Number
E 98 E6 N5 1991
Location
General Synod Archives
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1992 : A year of reflection on the past 500 years in preparation for the next 500 years

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8165
Publication Date
[1991]
Material Type
Booklet
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 98 E6 N5 1991
Corporate Author
Episcopal Church
Place
[Oklahoma City OK]
Publisher
[Episcopal Indian Ministries Field Office]
Publication Date
[1991]
Physical_Description
[8] p. : 21.5 x 13.7 cm.
Material Type
Booklet
Notes
Cover title.
Booklet "In Response to Resolution by The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church of the United States of American, February 1989, Prepared by: The Presiding Bishops' Church Center Task Force on Appropriate Observance of the 500th Anniversary of the Voyage of Christopher Columbus; Episcopal Council of Indian Ministries [and] Office of American Indian/Alaska Native Ministries". -- inside front cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: Executive Council Resolution dated February 1989 -- Resolution: Indian Ministries Task Force / Joint Action and Strategy dated May 1988 -- What Happened ? -- Today -- Tomorrow -- Discovery translates Racism / Edmond L. Browning -- Meditation on 1992 -- Celebration of Our Survival: October 12, 1992, Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., 11:00 A.M. -- A Celebration of Our Survival / Rose Robinson -- Appropriate Observance of 1992 -- Select Bibliography [on inside back cover].
Added Entry
Episcopal Church. Episcopal Council of Indian Ministries
Browning, Edmond L. (Edmond Lee), 1929-2016
Robinson, Rose
Subjects
Columbus Quincentenary, 1992-1993 - Episcopal Church
Indigenous peoples - United States - Episcopal Church
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Call Number
E 98 E6 N5 1991
Location
General Synod Archives
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All one body : bishops of the Anglican church speak of Christian faith and action in different parts of the world today

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6419
Publication Date
1969
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 W54 1969
Place
London
Publisher
Darton, Longman and Todd
Publication Date
1969
Physical_Description
xxiii, 403 p., [4] ll. of plates : ill., ports ; 19.5 x 12 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Timothy Wilson".
"The idea of this book came late. It was July 2nd. The Lambeth Conference would begin on July 25th. .... If only, I thought, each bishop at Lambeth could be asked to say what he thinks are the best things the Church is doing in his diocese -- not only, of course, within the structures of the Church -- that could be marvellous." -- Preface.
"This is not a book about the Lambeth Conference. It was, however, made during the Conference because here, for a month, were gathered together -- perhaps it was rumoured, for the last time -- nearly five hundred bishops from different parts of the Anglican Communion. This seemed a marvellous opportunity to find out from the bishops what was happening in the Church, an opportunity to ask them questions about the kind of contribution which the Church could make in a world where many are searching for meaning and depth in their lives .... Here also was an opportunity for the bishops to speak about their own beliefs and convictions to those who feel that 'it is time to build a new world'." .... "In order to produce a book of this kind, I interviewed the bishops during the lunch-break and after the afternoon sessions of the Lambeth Conference, with a tape recorder there." .... "In spite of the obvious difficulties of getting hold of them during such a busy time, we were able to interview about a hundred and fifty bishops, representing the main areas where the Anglican Church is working. Then, having assembled the transcripts of these interviews, in the form of question and answer, I chose sixty and edited into a consecutive prose passage the 'heart' of what each bishop spoke about." -- Intro.
Contains 53 interviews chapters with bishops from around the Communion. Each chapter begins with a brief description of the diocese and the bishop being interviewed.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Table of Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Preface / Eric James -- Introduction / Timothy Wilson -- Bombay: Worker Priests: 'A Rent Collector, Someone in Computers, Another in the Railways' / Christopher Robinson -- Calcutta: 'If India fails, many lights will go out in Asia and elsewhere' / Lakdasa de Mel -- Barrackpore / Ronald Bryan -- California: 'How do you keep under the same umbrella ?' / Richard Millard -- Central Tanganyika: 'I am not a Number here. I am a Man' / A. Stanway -- Christchurch: 'Would the Church be missed ?' / Allan Pyatt -- Durham: 'Fulness of Life' / Ian Ramsey -- Gambia and the Rio Pongas: "We have Toiled aa Night and Caught Nothing / Timothy Olufosoye -- Guatemala" 'We have to prepare people for the Revolution which must come' / William Frey -- Hong Kong: 'Red Guards just across the River' / John Baker -- Iran: 'Every Green Leaf of a Tree is a Book about God' / Hassan Dehqani-Tafti -- Johannesburg: 'What is a man ?' / Bill Bendyshe Burnett -- Kootenay: 'So often we teded to look upon people as pew fodder' / Edward Scott -- Kurunagala: 'The Serenity of Christ' / Lakshman Wickremesinghe -- Lesotho: 'Most of the Travelling is done on Horseback' / John Maund -- Liverpool: 'Listen to the Wind' / Stuart Blanch -- Masasi: 'The Immediacy of God' / Trevor Huddleston -- Massachusetts: 'I was a black man before I was a Christian' / John Burgess -- Melanesia: 'Diocese of a thousand islands' / John Chisholm -- Mexico: A Missionary Church: 'I start talking to the shoeshine fella or the newspaper man at the corner' / Melchor Saucedo and Leonard Romero -- Middleton: Mission in a Secular World / E.R. Wickham -- Nagpur: 'Our Lord has not promised to his people a bed of roses' / John Sadiq -- Nairobi: 'No African can conceive of the Sacred apart from the Secular' / Leonard Beecher -- New Guinea: 'I never dreamed I would become a Bishop' / George Ambo -- New York: 'A New Response to the Changing Needs of the World' / Horace Donegan -- The Niger Delta: 'In spite of the war' / Alafuro Afonya -- North West Australia: 'This is one of Australia's great times of Missionary Opportunity' / Howell Witt -- Okinawa: 'Someone to whom the Sacrament means a great deal' / Edmund i.e.Edmond Browning -- Owerri: 'Here is no Abiding Place' / George Cockin and Benjamin Nwankiti -- Perth: Dialogue with other Faiths: 'Holy Insecurity' / George Appleton -- Polynesia: 'A Sense of Worship is Inescapable' / John Vockler -- The Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States: 'The Agonised Cry of a People who had no place in American society' / John Hines -- The Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States: 'All the Walls Came Tumbling Down' / Daniel Corrigan -- Puerto Rico: 'Collecting the Garbage' / Francisco Reus-Froylan -- Rockhampton: 'What I feel about the Bush and its Awesomeness and its Grandeur and its Majesty is a Sense of Adoration' / Donald Shearman -- Singapore and Malaya: From Barrister to Bishop / Chiu Ban It -- Spokane: 'What kind of Theology of Leisure do we have ?' / John Wyatt -- The Sudan: 'God does not only love the Christians' / Oliver Allison -- Taiwan: 'If you have not served Man well enough, why do you want to serve God ?/ James Wong -- Taejon: The Church: 'A Place for the Celebration of Joy' / Richard Rutt -- Taunton: `A Man for All Seasons' / Francis West -- Tokyo: 'Can you become a Christian without understanding English ? / David Goto -- Trinidad and Tobago: Christian Social Work / William Hughes -- Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi: 'What is the Church' / Janani Luwum -- Ruwenzori / Yonasani Rwakaikara -- Wakefield: 'Brother, you don't know the half of it' / Eric Treacy -- Washington: 'Individuals spoke their prayersm screamed their anger' / Paul Moore Jr. -- West Missouri: 'Community Organisation' / Edward Welles -- Zambia: 'New Forms of Missionary Work' / Oliver Green-Wilkinson -- Zanzibar and Tanga: 'The Church Welcomed to the Revolution' / Neil Russell -- Zululand: 'Here is the Way, Walk upon it' / Alphaeus Zulu.
Added Entry
Wilson, Timothy
Afonya, Alafuro (Hubert Alafuro Ibibama), 1916-
Allison, Oliver Claude, 1908-1989
Ambo, George, 1922-2008
Appleton, George, 1902-1983
Baker, Gilbert (John Gilbert Hindley), 1910-1986
Beecher, Leonard (Leonard James), 1906-1987
Blanch, Stuart Yarworth, 1918-1994
Browning, Edmond L. (Edmond Lee), 1929-2016
Bryan, Ronald Winston, 1906-1980
Burgess, John (John Melville), 1909-2003
Burnett, Bill Bendyshe, 1917-1994
Chisholm, John (John Wallace), 1922-1975
Chiu, Ban It Joshua, 1918-
Cockin, George (George Eyles Irwin), 1908-
Corrigan, Daniel, 1900-1994
de Mel, Lakdasa (Hiyanirindu Lakdasa Jacob), 1902-1976
Dehqani-Tafti, H.B. (Hassan Barnaba), 1920-2008
Donegan, Horace (Horace William Baden), 1900-1991
Frey, William (William Carl), 1930-
Goto, David Makoto, 1910-
Green-Wilkinson, Oliver (Francis Oliver), 1913-1970
Hines, John Elbridge, 1910-1997
Huddleston, Trevor, 1913-1998
Hughes, William (William James), 1894-1979
James, Eric (Eric Arthur), 1925-2012
Luwum, Janani, 1922-1977
Maund, John (John Arthur Arrowsmith), 1909-1998
Millard, Richard (George Richard), 1914-
Moore, Paul, 1919-2003
Nwankiti, Benjamin C. (Benjamin Chukwuemeka), 1928-2004
Olufosoye, Timothy Omotayo, 1918-1992
Pyatt, Allan (William Allan), 1916-1991
Ramsey, Ian (Ian Thomas), 1915-1972
Reus-Froylan, Francisco, 1919-2008
Robinson, Christopher (Christopher James Gossage), 1903-1988
Romero, Leonardo, 1930-1986
Russell, Neil (Robert Neil), 1906-
Rutt, Richard (Cecil Richard), 1925-2011
Rwakaikara, Yonasani, 1918-1994
Sadiq, John W. (John William), 1910-1980
Saucedo Mendoza, Melchor, 1920-2014
Scott, Edward W. (Edward Walter), 1919-2004
Shearman, Donald (Donald Norman), 1926-
Stanway, Alfred, 1908-1989
Treacy, Eric, 1907-1978
Vockler, John Charles, 1924-2014
Welles, Edward Randolph, 1907-1991
West, Francis (Francist Horner), 1909-1999
Wickham, Edward Ralph, 1911-1994
Wickremesinghe, Lakshman (Cyril Lakshman), 1927-1983
Witt, Howell (Howell Arthur John), 1920-1998
Wong, James C.L. (James Chang Ling), 1900-1970
Wyatt, John (John Raymond), 1913-2004
Zulu, Alphaeus (Alphaeus Hamilton), 1905-1988
Subjects
Anglican Communion - 20th century
Lambeth Conference, 1968
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
ISBN
232-51054-7
Call Number
BX 5005 W54 1969
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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All one body : bishops of the Anglican church speak of Christian faith and action in different parts of the world today

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8156
Publication Date
1969
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 W54 1969
Place
London
Publisher
Darton, Longman and Todd
Publication Date
1969
Physical_Description
xxiii, 403 p., [4] ll. of plates : ill., ports ; 19.5 x 12 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Timothy Wilson".
"The idea of this book came late. It was July 2nd. The Lambeth Conference would begin on July 25th. .... If only, I thought, each bishop at Lambeth could be asked to say what he thinks are the best things the Church is doing in his diocese -- not only, of course, within the structures of the Church -- that could be marvellous." -- Preface.
"This is not a book about the Lambeth Conference. It was, however, made during the Conference because here, for a month, were gathered together -- perhaps it was rumoured, for the last time -- nearly five hundred bishops from different parts of the Anglican Communion. This seemed a marvellous opportunity to find out from the bishops what was happening in the Church, an opportunity to ask them questions about the kind of contribution which the Church could make in a world where many are searching for meaning and depth in their lives .... Here also was an opportunity for the bishops to speak about their own beliefs and convictions to those who feel that 'it is time to build a new world'." .... "In order to produce a book of this kind, I interviewed the bishops during the lunch-break and after the afternoon sessions of the Lambeth Conference, with a tape recorder there." .... "In spite of the obvious difficulties of getting hold of them during such a busy time, we were able to interview about a hundred and fifty bishops, representing the main areas where the Anglican Church is working. Then, having assembled the transcripts of these interviews, in the form of question and answer, I chose sixty and edited into a consecutive prose passage the 'heart' of what each bishop spoke about." -- Intro.
Contains 53 interviews chapters with bishops from around the Communion. Each chapter begins with a brief description of the diocese and the bishop being interviewed.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Table of Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Preface / Eric James -- Introduction / Timothy Wilson -- Bombay: Worker Priests: 'A Rent Collector, Someone in Computers, Another in the Railways' / Christopher Robinson -- Calcutta: 'If India fails, many lights will go out in Asia and elsewhere' / Lakdasa de Mel -- Barrackpore / Ronald Bryan -- California: 'How do you keep under the same umbrella ?' / Richard Millard -- Central Tanganyika: 'I am not a Number here. I am a Man' / A. Stanway -- Christchurch: 'Would the Church be missed ?' / Allan Pyatt -- Durham: 'Fulness of Life' / Ian Ramsey -- Gambia and the Rio Pongas: "We have Toiled aa Night and Caught Nothing / Timothy Olufosoye -- Guatemala" 'We have to prepare people for the Revolution which must come' / William Frey -- Hong Kong: 'Red Guards just across the River' / John Baker -- Iran: 'Every Green Leaf of a Tree is a Book about God' / Hassan Dehqani-Tafti -- Johannesburg: 'What is a man ?' / Bill Bendyshe Burnett -- Kootenay: 'So often we teded to look upon people as pew fodder' / Edward Scott -- Kurunagala: 'The Serenity of Christ' / Lakshman Wickremesinghe -- Lesotho: 'Most of the Travelling is done on Horseback' / John Maund -- Liverpool: 'Listen to the Wind' / Stuart Blanch -- Masasi: 'The Immediacy of God' / Trevor Huddleston -- Massachusetts: 'I was a black man before I was a Christian' / John Burgess -- Melanesia: 'Diocese of a thousand islands' / John Chisholm -- Mexico: A Missionary Church: 'I start talking to the shoeshine fella or the newspaper man at the corner' / Melchor Saucedo and Leonard Romero -- Middleton: Mission in a Secular World / E.R. Wickham -- Nagpur: 'Our Lord has not promised to his people a bed of roses' / John Sadiq -- Nairobi: 'No African can conceive of the Sacred apart from the Secular' / Leonard Beecher -- New Guinea: 'I never dreamed I would become a Bishop' / George Ambo -- New York: 'A New Response to the Changing Needs of the World' / Horace Donegan -- The Niger Delta: 'In spite of the war' / Alafuro Afonya -- North West Australia: 'This is one of Australia's great times of Missionary Opportunity' / Howell Witt -- Okinawa: 'Someone to whom the Sacrament means a great deal' / Edmund i.e.Edmond Browning -- Owerri: 'Here is no Abiding Place' / George Cockin and Benjamin Nwankiti -- Perth: Dialogue with other Faiths: 'Holy Insecurity' / George Appleton -- Polynesia: 'A Sense of Worship is Inescapable' / John Vockler -- The Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States: 'The Agonised Cry of a People who had no place in American society' / John Hines -- The Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States: 'All the Walls Came Tumbling Down' / Daniel Corrigan -- Puerto Rico: 'Collecting the Garbage' / Francisco Reus-Froylan -- Rockhampton: 'What I feel about the Bush and its Awesomeness and its Grandeur and its Majesty is a Sense of Adoration' / Donald Shearman -- Singapore and Malaya: From Barrister to Bishop / Chiu Ban It -- Spokane: 'What kind of Theology of Leisure do we have ?' / John Wyatt -- The Sudan: 'God does not only love the Christians' / Oliver Allison -- Taiwan: 'If you have not served Man well enough, why do you want to serve God ?/ James Wong -- Taejon: The Church: 'A Place for the Celebration of Joy' / Richard Rutt -- Taunton: `A Man for All Seasons' / Francis West -- Tokyo: 'Can you become a Christian without understanding English ? / David Goto -- Trinidad and Tobago: Christian Social Work / William Hughes -- Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi: 'What is the Church' / Janani Luwum -- Ruwenzori / Yonasani Rwakaikara -- Wakefield: 'Brother, you don't know the half of it' / Eric Treacy -- Washington: 'Individuals spoke their prayersm screamed their anger' / Paul Moore Jr. -- West Missouri: 'Community Organisation' / Edward Welles -- Zambia: 'New Forms of Missionary Work' / Oliver Green-Wilkinson -- Zanzibar and Tanga: 'The Church Welcomed to the Revolution' / Neil Russell -- Zululand: 'Here is the Way, Walk upon it' / Alphaeus Zulu.
Added Entry
Wilson, Timothy
Afonya, Alafuro (Hubert Alafuro Ibibama), 1916-
Allison, Oliver Claude, 1908-1989
Ambo, George, 1922-2008
Appleton, George, 1902-1983
Baker, Gilbert (John Gilbert Hindley), 1910-1986
Beecher, Leonard James, 1906-1987
Blanch, Stuart Yarworth, 1918-1994
Browning, Edmond L. (Edmond Lee), 1929-2016
Bryan, Ronald Winston, 1906-1980
Burgess, John (John Melville), 1909-2003
Burnett, Bill Bendyshe, 1917-1994
Chisholm, John (John Wallace), 1922-
Chiu, Ban It Joshua, 1918-
Cockin, George (George Eyles Irwin), 1908-
Corrigan, Daniel, 1900-1994
de Mel, Lakdasa (Hiyanirindu Lakdasa Jacob), 1902-1976
Dehqani-Tafti, H.B. (Hassan Barnaba), 1920-2008
Donegan, Horace (Horace William Baden), 1900-1991
Frey, William (William Carl), 1930-
Goto, David Makoto, 1910-
Green-Wilkinson, Oliver (Francis Oliver), 1913-1970
Hines, John Elbridge, 1910-1997
Huddleston, Trevor, 1913-1998
Hughes, William (William James), 1894-1979
James, Eric (Eric Arthur), 1925-2012
Luwum, Janani, 1922-1977
Maund, John (John Arthur Arrowsmith), 1909-1998
Millard, Richard (George Richard), 1914-
Moore, Paul, 1919-2003
Nwankiti, Benjamin C. (Benjamin Chukwuemeka), 1928-2004
Olufosoye, Timothy Omotayo, 1918-1992
Pyatt, Allan (William Allan), 1916-1991
Ramsey, Ian (Ian Thomas), 1915-1972
Reus-Froylan, Francisco, 1919-2008
Robinson, Christopher (Christopher James Gossage), 1903-1988
Romero, Leonardo, 1930-1986
Russell, Neil (Robert Neil), 1906-
Rutt, Richard (Cecil Richard), 1925-2011
Rwakaikara, Yonasani, 1918-1994
Sadiq, John W. (John William), 1910-1980
Saucedo Mendoza, Melchor, 1920-2014
Scott, Edward W. (Edward Walter), 1919-2004
Shearman, Donald (Donald Norman), 1926-
Stanway, Alfred, 1908-1989
Treacy, Eric, 1907-1978
Vockler, John C. (John Charles), 1924-2014
Welles, Edward Randolph, 1907-1991
West, Francis (Francist Horner), 1909-1999
Wickham, Edward Ralph, 1911-1994
Wickremesinghe, Lakshman (Cyril Lakshman), 1927-1983
Witt, Howell (Howell Arthur John), 1920-1998
Wong, James C.L. (James Chang Ling), 1900-1970
Wyatt, John (John Raymond), 1913-2004
Zulu, Alphaeus (Alphaeus Hamilton), 1905-1988
Subjects
Anglican Communion - 20th century
Lambeth Conference, 1968
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
ISBN
232-51054-7
Call Number
BX 5005 W54 1969
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anger at rioting and its causes

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article10473
Journal
Church Times
Date
1992 May 8
Journal
Church Times
Date
1992 May 8
Issue
6743
Page
1
Notes
Frederick Borsch, the Episcopal Bishop of Los Angeles, expressed "sharp anger and profound sadness" at the acquittal of four white policeman charged with beating up a black motorist which set off severe riots in Los Angeles.
Subjects
Los Angeles, Ca. - Riot, 1992 - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Racism - United States
Episcopal Church. Diocese of Los Angeles
Borsch, Frederick H. (Frederick Houk), 1935-2017
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The Anti-Indian Movement

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6553
Author
Metz, Sharon, 1934-
Publication Date
[1991]
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 98 M4A5 1991
Author
Metz, Sharon, 1934-
Place
[Oklahoma City OK]
Publisher
Episcopal Council of Indian Ministries, American Indian/Alaska Native Ministries
Publication Date
[1991]
Physical_Description
[17] p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
"By Sharon Metz, Executive Director/Founder HONOR".
"The Episcopal Church of the United States of America moves into the new triennial with new directives from the 70th General Convention. ECUSA is called to effect eight resolutions on the environment and nine resolutions of specific significance to the American Indian. Let it be remembered that disavowal of Indian Treaty rights is an ingredient of racism which harms most painfully those of us who are survivors of the American holocaust." -- Intro.
Contents: Sharon Metz, HONOR Founder -- Introduction dated Feast Day David Pendleton Oakerhater 1991 / Owanah Anderson -- The Anti-Indian Movement in the United States / Sharon Metz.
Added Entry
Anderson, Owanah, 1926-2017
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - United States
Indigenous peoples - United States - Claims
Indigenous peoples - United States - Episcopal Church
Racism - United States
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Call Number
E 98 M4A5 1991
Location
General Synod Archives
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Banners unfurled : pilgrims in today's world

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4971
Publication Date
c1991
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 4510.2 B36 1991
Place
Cincinnati OH
Publisher
Forward Movement Publications
Publication Date
c1991
Physical_Description
vi, 101 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[FM] 1135". -- back cover.
"[E]dited by Val Hillsdon-Hutton".
"The pilgrims in this book have shared part of their journey with me and now do so with you. .... Each day of the week for six weeks there is an interview followed by a Bible reading, meditation or prayer -- sometimes selected by the person interviewed, sometimes by me. I have taken the liberty of contributing a number of the meditations myself, and these appear at random in the text. The book may be used by individuals and groups, and a suggested weekly format follows this introduction." -- Intro., p. iii.
Contents: ntroduction dated June 1991 / Val Hillsdon-Hutton -- Week 1: The Plurality of Humankind -- Week 2: A Broken Word -- Week 3: Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation -- Week 4: In the Public Eye -- Week 5: To and From the Ends of the Earth -- Week 6: Journeys of Faith.
Contents of Week 1 section: The Plurality of Humankind: Maoris are Realistic People / Paul Reeves -- Ready to Dare to See / Carmen Guerrero -- No Offense, but ... / Carmen Guerrero -- Stranger Becoming Friend / Carmen Guerrero -- It's Not Like It Was ! / Val Hillsdon-Hutton -- West to East: North to South / Val Hillsdon-Hutton -- Dust on Our Feet / Val Hillsdon-Hutton
Contents of Week 2: A Broken Word section: We're Not in the Catalog / Gil Grady and Dottie Fuller -- The Gifts of God for the People of God / Gil Grady and Dottie Fuller -- Not Waving Banners / Gil Grady and Dottie Fuller -- Charlie, Ya Gotta Go to Church / Charlie Rezos -- Some Hopes .. Some Fears / Charlie Rezos -- You Should Meet My Son / Grace and Bill Johnson -- Left or Right of an Invisible Line / Val Hillsdon-Hutton.
Contents of Week 3: Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation section: Whatever Happens, It Will All Be Your Fault / Fran Toy -- Nothing is Too Little or Too Late / Ann McElroy -- Looking into God's Eyes / Ann McElroy -- Cherishing What We Have / Frederick Quinn -- Not to Wear Your Father's Hat / Frederick Quinn -- My Favourite Theologian / Fran Toy -- Step Down to Servanthood / Fran Toy.
Contents of Week 4: In the Public Eye section: Listen to the Voices .. Hear the Hopes / Paul Reeves -- Cost, Reward, Challenge / Paul Reeves -- No, in Both Cases ! / Edmond Browning -- Church in Full Bloom / Edmond Browning -- I Couldn't Be More Proud of Her / Edmond Browning -- Proud to be Episcopalian / Edmond Browning -- Letter Carriers .. Car Mechanics / Val Hillsdon-Hutton.
Contents of Week 5: To and From the Ends of the Earth section: Know Who You Are and Act Accordingly / Carmen Guerrero -- Servant of the Servants of God / Desmond Goonesekera -- Like a Bowl of Jello / Peter and Margaret Larom -- Making Connections / Peter and Margaret Larom -- Seize the Moment / Peter and Margaret Larom -- An Incredible Gift / Peter and Margaret Larom -- Wait 'Til I Write Home ! / Peter and Margaret Larom.
Contents of Week 6: Journeys of Faith section: Friendship: Holy Space / Val Hillsdon-Hutton -- Ordinary Man .. Extraordinary Things / Paul Reeves -- I Was Struck in the Face / Edmond Browning -- Mutambuze ! / Margaret Larom -- Home is Where the Heart Is / Carmen Guerrero -- I'm No Zealot / Frederick Quinn -- Just Like the Red Cross ! / Ann McElroy.
Series
Forward Movement ; 1135
Added Entry
Hillsdon-Hutton, Val
Browning, Edmond L. (Edmond Lee), 1929-2016
Fuller, Dottie
Goonesekera, Desmond (Desmond Joel Peter), 1946-
Grady, Gil
Guerrero-Stamp, Carmen Bruni, 1941-
Johnson, Bill
Johnson, Grace
Larom, Margaret S. (Margaret Smith)
Larom, Peter (Richard Peter), 1946-
McElroy, Ann
Quinn, Frederick (Eugene Frederick), 1935-
Reeves, Paul (Paul Alfred), 1932-2011
Rezos, Charlie
Toy, Fran, 1934-
Subjects
Devotional literature - Episcopal Church
Spiritual exercises - Episcopal Church
Maori (New Zealand people) - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Chinese American Episcopalians
Hispanic American Episcopalians
Missionaries - Episcopal Church
ISBN
0-88028-123-5
Call Number
BV 4510.2 B36 1991
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Banners unfurled : pilgrims in today's world

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8136
Publication Date
c1991
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 4510.2 B36 1991
Place
Cincinnati OH
Publisher
Forward Movement Publications
Publication Date
c1991
Physical_Description
vi, 101 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[FM] 1135". -- back cover.
"[E]dited by Val Hillsdon-Hutton".
"The pilgrims in this book have shared part of their journey with me and now do so with you. .... Each day of the week for six weeks there is an interview followed by a Bible reading, meditation or prayer -- sometimes selected by the person interviewed, sometimes by me. I have taken the liberty of contributing a number of the meditations myself, and these appear at random in the text. The book may be used by individuals and groups, and a suggested weekly format follows this introduction." -- Intro., p. iii.
Contents: ntroduction dated June 1991 / Val Hillsdon-Hutton -- Week 1: The Plurality of Humankind -- Week 2: A Broken Word -- Week 3: Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation -- Week 4: In the Public Eye -- Week 5: To and From the Ends of the Earth -- Week 6: Journeys of Faith.
Contents of Week 1 section: The Plurality of Humankind: Maoris are Realistic People / Paul Reeves -- Ready to Dare to See / Carmen Guerrero -- No Offense, but ... / Carmen Guerrero -- Stranger Becoming Friend / Carmen Guerrero -- It's Not Like It Was ! / Val Hillsdon-Hutton -- West to East: North to South / Val Hillsdon-Hutton -- Dust on Our Feet / Val Hillsdon-Hutton
Contents of Week 2: A Broken Word section: We're Not in the Catalog / Gil Grady and Dottie Fuller -- The Gifts of God for the People of God / Gil Grady and Dottie Fuller -- Not Waving Banners / Gil Grady and Dottie Fuller -- Charlie, Ya Gotta Go to Church / Charlie Rezos -- Some Hopes .. Some Fears / Charlie Rezos -- You Should Meet My Son / Grace and Bill Johnson -- Left or Right of an Invisible Line / Val Hillsdon-Hutton.
Contents of Week 3: Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation section: Whatever Happens, It Will All Be Your Fault / Fran Toy -- Nothing is Too Little or Too Late / Ann McElroy -- Looking into God's Eyes / Ann McElroy -- Cherishing What We Have / Frederick Quinn -- Not to Wear Your Father's Hat / Frederick Quinn -- My Favourite Theologian / Fran Toy -- Step Down to Servanthood / Fran Toy.
Contents of Week 4: In the Public Eye section: Listen to the Voices .. Hear the Hopes / Paul Reeves -- Cost, Reward, Challenge / Paul Reeves -- No, in Both Cases ! / Edmond Browning -- Church in Full Bloom / Edmond Browning -- I Couldn't Be More Proud of Her / Edmond Browning -- Proud to be Episcopalian / Edmond Browning -- Letter Carriers .. Car Mechanics / Val Hillsdon-Hutton.
Contents of Week 5: To and From the Ends of the Earth section: Know Who You Are and Act Accordingly / Carmen Guerrero -- Servant of the Servants of God / Desmond Goonesekera -- Like a Bowl of Jello / Peter and Margaret Larom -- Making Connections / Peter and Margaret Larom -- Seize the Moment / Peter and Margaret Larom -- An Incredible Gift / Peter and Margaret Larom -- Wait 'Til I Write Home ! / Peter and Margaret Larom.
Contents of Week 6: Journeys of Faith section: Friendship: Holy Space / Val Hillsdon-Hutton -- Ordinary Man .. Extraordinary Things / Paul Reeves -- I Was Struck in the Face / Edmond Browning -- Mutambuze ! / Margaret Larom -- Home is Where the Heart Is / Carmen Guerrero -- I'm No Zealot / Frederick Quinn -- Just Like the Red Cross ! / Ann McElroy.
Series
Forward Movement ; 1135
Added Entry
Hillsdon-Hutton, Val
Browning, Edmond L. (Edmond Lee), 1929-2016
Fuller, Dottie
Goonesekera, Desmond (Desmond Joel Peter), 1946-
Grady, Gil
Guerrero-Stamp, Carmen Bruni, 1941-
Johnson, Bill
Johnson, Grace
Larom, Margaret S.
Larom, Peter (Richard Peter), 1946-
McElroy, Ann
Quinn, Frederick (Eugene Frederick), 1935-
Reeves, Paul (Paul Alfred), 1932-2011
Rezos, Charlie
Toy, Fran, 1934-
Subjects
Devotional literature - Episcopal Church
Spiritual exercises - Episcopal Church
Maori (New Zealand people) - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Chinese American Episcopalians
Hispanic American Episcopalians
Missionaries - Episcopal Church
ISBN
0-88028-123-5
Call Number
BV 4510.2 B36 1991
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Bush was blazing but not consumed : developing a multicultural community through dialogue and liturgy

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog2927
Author
Law, Eric H.F. (Eric Hung-Fat), 1957-
Publication Date
c1996
Material Type
Book
Location
U. of T. Libraries
Call Number
BR 526 L27 1996
Author
Law, Eric H.F. (Eric Hung-Fat), 1957-
Place
St. Louis MO
Publisher
Challice Press
Publication Date
c1996
Physical_Description
xiii, 161 p. ; 22.8 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[B]y Eric H.F. Law".
"This book is in some way a continuation of what I had started in [The Wolf Shall Dwell with the Lamb]. It is an expansion of the last chapter, `Liturgy as Spiritual Discipline for Leadership in a Multicultural Community.' .... In this book, I attempt to provide a theological justification for developing multicultural communities". -- Preface, p. ix.
Contents: Preface -- Acknowledgements -- A Fire that Consumed: The 1992 Los Angeles Riots -- The Bush Was Blazing, But Not Consumed: In Search of God in the Fire -- Fire as Divine Judgment and Purification -- Obsession over the Unholy Fire -- The Golden Calf Syndrome -- Up and Down the Tower Babel: Another Vision of a Multicultural Community -- Coming Down from Our Tower of Babel: Examining Our Ethnocentrism -- Tending the Burning Bush on Level Ground: Maintaining Ethnorelativism -- Today I Set Before You Life and Death .. Choose Life ! -- Lighting, Sanctifying, and Maintaining the Holy Fire Through Dialogue -- Differences in Communication Styles and the Dialogue Process -- Dialogue as Liturgy -- Appendix A; An Intercultural Dialogue/Worship Service -- Appendix B: A Five-Session Intercultural Dialogue Program -- Appendix C: A Dialogue Process: Focusing on Differences in Communication Styles -- Appendix D: Techniques for Managing a Bilingual Gathering -- Appendix E: Teaching a Congregation to Sing a New Song.
The author is an ordained Episcopal priest currently licensed to the diocese of New Westminster.
Subjects
Christianity and culture - United States
Christianity and culture - Episcopal Church
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Christianity
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Dialogue - Religious aspects - Christianity
Dialogue - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Christianity
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Liturgics
Worship programs
Los Angeles (Calif.) - Church history - 20th century
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
ISBN
0-8272-0222-9
Call Number
BR 526 L27 1996
Location
U. of T. Libraries
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Christian social witness

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4143
Author
Lewis, Harold T. (Harold Thomas), 1947-
Publication Date
2001
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5930.2 L49 2001
Author
Lewis, Harold T. (Harold Thomas), 1947-
Place
Cambridge MA
Publisher
Cowley Publications
Publication Date
2001
Physical_Description
xii, 162 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Bibliography: "Resources", pp. [136]-140.
Includes "Questions for Group Study", pp. [141]-148.
This book "surveys the teachings and witness of Anglicanism and the Episcopal Church concerning the Christian vision of a righteous social order, and examines the challenges of the new millennium. Beginning with the Bible's understandings of social justice, Lewis summarizes the Anglican witness of theologians like F.D. Maurice and William Temple and goes on to discuss the Episcopal Church in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Later chapters discuss the challenges of a new social order that face the church today raised by liberation theology, third-world debt and economic justice, and questions of race, gender and human sexuality". -- back cover.
Series
The new church's teaching series ; v. 10
Subjects
Christian sociology
Episcopal Church - Doctrines
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Social justice - Church of England
Social justice - Episcopal Church
Church and social problems - Church of England
Church and social problems - Episcopal Church
Economic justice - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Racism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Women - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Women in the Episcopal Church
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
ISBN
1-56101-188-6 (alk. paper)
Call Number
BX 5930.2 L49 2001
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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