First I would like to thank those who have held in prayer my various intentions these past few weeks. I have found new work, once again with a medical journal, and so that necessary task is complete.
Second, I would direct your attention to the list of upcoming events on the left side bar, and even if you cannot attend, do keep the intentions of our brethren in your prayers.
Third, I expect to resume regular blogging next week, after I have finished the Holy Cross edition of Anglican Embers, which is this week's task of the moment.
As you likely know, the Anglo-Catholic has ceased regular posts, although there is much there in the archives worth reading. Fr Hunwicke, unfortunately, has not resumed posting, and his blog's title change proved to raise hopes prematurely.
However, Fr. Smuts in South Africa continues doing excellent work reporting the news, and Fr. Phillips' blog is always worth a visit, as is Deborah Gyapong's.
Finally, please consider coming to the annual Anglican Use Society Conference, to be held in Kansas City, Missouri from November 8th to November 10th. There is a great line up of speakers, and the annual conference remains the best way to meet up with fellow Anglican Use Catholics from across the country, and really, the world. The Conference website is:
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