Looking back, I'm quite proud of my writing in February 2006. Quite a bit about on the practice of worship and several pages of hard-to-find transcribed Universalist General Convention documents.
Thursday, February 2nd, 2006
I was reading through the list of churches of the Church of England, Diocese of Europe, and lighted on St. Ursula's Church, Berne. Because I have Swiss German ancestors? No, because I love the name Ursula. (As in Andress.)
Saturday, February 4th, 2006
There's a resource that I doubt many ministers or church administrators know about: the Experimental XML Feeds and Web Displays of Watches, Warnings, and Advisories. With it, you can subscribe to an RSS feed for your state, county, or in some cases, sub-county. [That's all you need]
Wednesday, February 8th, 2006
Some of my happiest memories as a child was with my father at the National Archives. Archival boxes -- Hollinger boxes -- are to me what baseball gloves or fishing poles to others. [Link to vendor in article.]
Monday, February 13th, 2006
Jim Estes (Peregrinato) has been writing about the Rev. Marcus Ramshaw, the acting vicar-chaplain of St Edward King and Martyr, Cambridge, and his Goth Eucharist outreach.
Thursday, February 23rd, 2006
Now, a word on what is ordinary and what is proper.
Sunday, February 19th, 2006
There I saw the answer to a problem few have and even fewer have written about: a folding pulpit or reading desk for congregations that rent Sunday space in a non-church facility.
Friday, February 24th, 2006
PeaceBang . . . and I talked recently about whether services like these are used in toto, or are essentially showrooms for elements to be pulled into locally produced service sheets. Both, we thought.
Saturday, February 25th, 2006
How does that little smudge get on the forehead? What do you use?
Sunday, February 26th, 2006
The best reason to use an existing licensing scheme is because preacher and re-user would have a common understanding of the rights conveyed. This would probably help promote fair sermon sharing on both sides.