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Brian and Kirsten Dawson on Confirmation
Monty Black, writing on our The Anglican Communion and our Prayer Book, and on The Internet and Sacraments
(Both these papers were written for a Graduate Diploma of Theological Studies (Liturgics) course at VST – (Vancouver School of Theology), for Dr. Richard Leggett. The only place they are available is on the General Synod website.)
“Celebrating Eucharist” by Bosco Peters is available online
IALC (International Anglican Liturgical Consultation) - report on marraige rites:
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