Re: [liturgy-l] Re: St. Anskar
- On 3 Feb 2003 at 21:08, Sandford MacLean wrote:
> Yep ... "St. James-Bond United Church".I may have mentioned this before but in Altoona Pa there is Christ
Second Lutheran Church.
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Every thing that is done in the world is done by hope.
Pastor Robert White
Christ the Redeemer Lutheran Church (ELCA)
863 Silliman Ave.
Erie, PA USA 16511-2060
- on 2/3/03 9:08 PM, Sandford MacLean at JSFMACLJR@... wrote:
> Chris wrote: "Ah, but my favourite Toronto church name is the United Church"Thou shalt stir them not shake them"
> on Bond
> St., named after the brother of the Lord.
> Yep ... "St. James-Bond United Church".
> I think it is on Avenue Road, actually.
Director of Music & Liturgical Arts
Church of the Messiah
- In a message dated 2/3/03 6:20:22 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> There's a St. Anskar's Episcopal Church in Rockford,Toronto has a Lutheran church with the proud sign:
> Illinois, an area that has a lot of Swedish heritage.
"St. Anskar, Apostle of the North"
>>One of the Chapels in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine is the chapel of
- Vincent O. Eareckson wrote:
> ECUSA has chosen Anskar.Anskar was, I think, added to the CofE's calendar in the 1928 proposed
> But by what criteria of choice, that is an interesting question. Here
> one of the principles of formation of the Kalendar, namely increasing its
> breadth of coverage of the Church, appears to be at least one reason for
prayer book. The reason for including it was as a sign of the friendship
between the Anglican and Swedish churches. Similarly the feast of
Willibrord was added as a sign of friendship with the Old Catholic Churches.
It was not long after that this friendship developed into full mutual
recognition and intercommunion between, and our celebration of these
major feasts of our fellow Christians is a sign of our unity with them.
> Anskar/Angarisus rather than Blasius [thus Blase or Blaise, but notsimon
> uninterested!]. Rather than one more "southerner" admittedly Armenian
> rather than Latin, we have a "northerner". And the patient witness of
> Anskar is an sncouraging one. The LFF bio of Anskar is IMO one of the most
> edifying in that volume.
St Ives, Cambridgeshire
- On Mon, 3 Feb 2003, Bob White wrote:
> On 3 Feb 2003 at 21:08, Sandford MacLean wrote:St. Paul and the Redeemer is a (long ago) merged parish in the Hyde Park
> > Yep ... "St. James-Bond United Church".
> I may have mentioned this before but in Altoona Pa there is Christ
> Second Lutheran Church.
neighborhood of Chicago. In the early 1980s, the rector told me that he
often got mail addressed to either St. Paul The Redeemer " or St. Paul and
Gregory Holmes Singleton, Ph.D.
Professor, Chair, and Resident Old Curmudgeon
Department of History
Northeastern Illinois University
Chicago, IL 60625
(773)442-5606 fax: (773)442-5620
> -----Original Message-----<snip>
> From: Gregory Holmes Singleton [mailto:G-Singleton@...]
> St. Paul and the Redeemer is a (long ago) merged parish in the Hyde
> neighborhood of Chicago. In the early 1980s, the rector told me thathe
> often got mail addressed to either St. Paul The Redeemer " or St. Pauland
> the Red."[AFH+ ]
I can always tell the telemarketers are using bad lists when they call
looking for "Samuel Frank" or "Frank Samuel" on the church line. Sam
was the first called pastor at APLC and our phone number was the
parsonage number from 1958-1963 :-)
And, mail often comes to "The Lutheran Church of the Abiding," which
begs the question, "Abiding What?"
- Not exactly mailing ... but the parish I grew up in was "Church of the Holy
Communion" ... late one Friday night, some typesetter's fingers were on
auto-pilot when they typed in the church announcements: "Church of the Holy
Communism" ... it was the 50's after all ...
In omnibus pax,
Holy Trinity, Melbourne, FL
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- The same OSB who I mentioned in an earlier post, Father Full - O' -
Humor, saw the title on this one and said, "Saint Blaise, B-M. . .
soemone's idea of a relic?"
It took me a minute to comprehend what he was getting at. . . which
made him laugh all the more.