A New Year…

Seems hard to believe the new year is already here!

Even though Epiphany hasn’t quite hit yet, I suppose my holiday hiatus is almost up.

Things are pretty busy on the SCLM front at the moment… We are proposing some changes to Holy Women, Holy Men, and the way we’re going to do it is to float it through a number of channels to see what kind of feedback we receive. If the response is positive, we’ll proceed in that direction. If it’s negative, we’ll regroup. I assume it’ll be mixed. That having been said, I think it’s probably the best solution that we can get most of the Church to agree with.

Apart from that, the Anglican Breviary project proposal should be going live in the next few days. More on that as it develops!

3 Replies to “A New Year…”

  1. Hey, while the SCLM is at it, why don’t they put Charles Stuart on the calendar for Jan. 30? (My interest in the decapitated monarch has to do mainly with a distant cousin, the Revd Lionel Playters, who lost his incumbency during the interregnum because he liked to drink sack with his custard.)

  2. My first thought was the same as Ormonde, when is Charles Stuart going to make it on the Episcopal Calendar? It’s long overdue and I have spoken with many Episcopalians who would like to see Charles Stuart on the Calendar. Glad to hear you are working on it!!

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