Dogura Cathedral PNG – St George’s has many connections to PNG and Dogura is one place where some of our members have worked.
At St George’s we put out a few handouts regularly about news in the wider church and society. It keeps us informed and helps us develop the faith. They reflect a variety of opinions, and some you (as I do) may disagreed with: but that’s healthy. Many of these come from current articles on line. Here are a few:
Here is a article about the Isenheim Crucifixtion, a famous medieval painting.
Here is a Lenten reflection.
Here is an article about the rebuilding of a Christian town in the plains of Iraq.
Here is a reflection on China’s underground churches.
Here is a reflection on praying before the blessed sacrament.
Here is a article about the date of Christmas
Here is a discussion on what limbo means.
Here is a reflection on the stresses within the Anglican Communion by the Dean of St Paul’s, London.
Here is a reflection on liturgy.
Here is a reflection on teaching children about death.
Here is a reflection on one of the martyrs of the 20th C, St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, a Jewish woman who converted and became a nun, and died in the concentration camps of Germany owing to her Jewish background.
Here is a report about the Egyptian government now authorising the building of churches.
Here is a report about the Christians in Iraq and their forced decline.
Here is a reflection on the canonisation of John Henry Newman from Anglicans Online.
Here is an article on the returned Christians in Mosul, in Iraq.
Here is a reflection about those Anglicans who have left the Church.
Here is a reflection on the life of Jean Vanier, the founder of L’Arche.
Here is a reflection on the feast of the Cluny Abbots.
Here is a link reflecting on changing times.
Here is a link about the bombing in Sri Lanka.
Here is a link about one young man’s life in Aleppo in Syria.
Here is a link about Archbishop Janani Luwum’s family and Idi Amin’s kinsmen reconciling on 42nd anniversary of his martyrdom.
Here is a link about Epipahny in Greece from Eureka Street magazine.
Here is a link about the rebuilding of Christian homes near Ninevah, Iraq.
Here is a link looking at the tie between Calvinism and the Christian right.
Here is a link about the split in the Orthodox church in Russia and the Ukraine.
Here is a link to a reflection on the 100 anniversary of the end of World War 1.
Here is a link to some thoughts on the 100th anniversary of world War 1.
Here is a link about the joint Orthodox Anglican agreed statement on the Holy Spirit
Here is a link to an opinion about the problems for the next 2020 Lambeth conference.
Here is a youtube link to a promotion to consider training for the ministry.
Here is a link to an article in the Church Times called “Keeping the Catholic Flame Burning.”
Here is a link to a story about the rise in young people seeking ordination in England.
Here is a link to the importance of liturgical art.
Here is a link to an article in the Church Times about the latest statement by ARCIC III
Here is a reflection on the Infant of Prague.
Here is a link to a report about the Church of England’s plan to build more churches.
Here is a link to a relection about mission and the ministry of the Anglo-Saxon saints.
Here is a link to an interview given by the Burmese Cardinal Bo about the situation in Burma and the recent visit by the pope.
Here is a link to a Benedictine reflection on tiredness.
Here is a link about escaping holding hands in a prayer circle.
Here is an article from the Church times about the problems in London aver the musician’s church
Here is an article looking at the history of the Anglican Church if it is Protestant or Catholic.
Here is an article about childlessness and how too often the church does not reach out to those marginalised.
Here is a link ot an article “Can Anglo Catholic churches grow?”
Here is a link to a short discussion about Atonement theories by Ben Pugh – a easy to read good introduction.