Anglican Church near Fremantle, Western Australia
Our parish is a community that seeks God and the fullness of creation by finding ourselves in relation to others. Our giving to the common, to the other, our sharing of ourselves is our commitment to this endeavour.
This page offers readers a wide range of articles which have relevance to the Christian life, our spiritual growth and contemporary social issues. If you have an article which you would like to be considered for inclusion into this directory, send us the link. Click on any of the links below to access the articles.
Jane Williams: 'The Changing Face of Women'
110th annual meeting of the Episcopal Church Women of the Diocese of Los Angeles, 25 February, 2005, in Glendale, California, 28 February, 2005, from the Episcopal News Service (ECUSA)
It's independence day - again
Clifford Longley, Sunday, February 27, 2005, The Daily Telegraph.
A schism that threatens us all
Rowan Williams must confront those who would destroy the liberal traditions of Anglicanism. Will Hutton, Sunday, February 27, 2005, The Observer.
Judaism and the gay dilemma
Simon Rocker Saturday February 26, 2005 The Guardian.
His only 'ism' is schism
Sadly, Rowan Williams is the Harold Wilson of Anglicanism. Mark Lawson, Saturday, February 26, 2005, The Guardian.
'Punishment is for doing what we are all meant to do'
Owen Bowcott, Saturday, February 26, 2005, The Guardian.
Loss of fasting spoils the feasting
by Andrew McGowan, Melbourne Anglican, December 2004.
Tolerance is absent from their lexicon
The urgent desire for a united Anglicanism is a recent trend. Stephen Bates, Wednesday, February 23, 2005, The Guardian.
Sermon preached by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Rowan Williams, at St Patrick's Cathedral
Armagh, 22 February 2005, The Anglican Communion News Service
PROFILE: William Sloane Coffin
August 27, 2004, Episode No. 752PBS, Religion and Ethics.