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AnglicanTV Ministries Inc was incorporated on 5 February 2008 and its headquarters are at Thomaston, Connecticut.

It says that its mission is:

"To provide news and commentary important to the 77 million Anglican Christians worldwide; to educate and train church laypersons in video and internet technology; and to build up the Body of Christ through the creation, distribution, and promotion of multimedia content."

It aligns itself with the Anglican Church of North America, Forward in Faith (North America) and so on, rather than our partner in the Anglican Communion, the Episcopal Church of North America (ECUSA), but its broadcasts are nevertheless useful and instructive. They include:

  • Lorna Ashworth's presentation of the motion on ACNA to General Synod; (9m 55s)
  • Ruth Gledhill's interview with Gene Robinson on 29 November 2010;
  • The Archbishop of Canterbury's speech to General Synod in February 2010 (28m 28s)

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O Rex Gentium: the Sixth Advent Antiphon – 22 December

Latin: O Rex Gentium, et desideratus earum,lapisque angularis, qui facis utraque unum:veni, et salva hominem,quem de limo formasti. English: O King of the Gentiles and their desired One, the Cornerstone...

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Anglicanism and Technology: “For things to remain the same, everything must change” – Iain Little

I fear for Anglicanism, or at least the liberal, discerning version that we practice in our rainy corner of Northern Europe. Above all I fear for its relevance. More Britons play chess each week than go...

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‘That Was The Church That Was’: Review by Richard Ashby

For those not old enough to remember, ‘That Was the Week That Was’ was a satirical television programme of the 1960s, starring David Frost, Millicent Martin, Bernard Levin and Willie Rushton...

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