Anglicans Online reviews 2009

Anglicans Online reviews 2009 in the Anglican-o-sphere.

…we present our Anglican Stuff in Review for the last 12 months, reflecting those things whose nobility, silliness, oddness, or whimsicality stuck with us. We hope our compilation might make you smile.

All of us at Anglicans Online wish a Happy Christmas to our friends round the world. Love, light, grace, and peace to each of you as you celebrate the nativity of our Saviour. Rejoice!

A few items from their list:


Anglicans can’t do them. If they make sense or are memorable, we eschew them.

Apostrophe´ man

• Sometimes you just need someone like this. And he happens to be Anglican.


• Its time has come in Zululand. And here’s the guide for building it.

Bicycles and archdeacons

• We need more bikes. And cycling archdeacons.

Bishops, Canadian

• In railway stations. It’s an idea.

Canterbury Cathedral

• Being held together with duct tape. Super-rich sought.

Covenant process

• Hands up if you can describe the difference between the Lambeth Commission, the Windsor Continuation Group, the Listening Process, the Panel of Reference, and ‘An Anglican Covenant’. Damian Thompson explains it all brilliantly.


• More evensong, fewer synods.

Hymns, worst verse ever

• According to Andrew Brown.

Love Divine, All Loves Excelling

• The best hymn ever. Bald assertion by AO.

Pakastani, first woman ordained priest

• Yes. Just yes.


Bring ’em back.

Vicar of Baghdad

A hero. We wish there were more. (Or more known to the world at large.)

Wedding gown approval in Nigeria

• Priests’ wives in the Diocese of Ogbaru must okay apparel.

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