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Rev. Canon Kovoor, Chaplain to Queen, Speaking at Resurrection SM.

This Saturday, July 14, 2007, Rev. Canon George Kovoor, Principle of Trinity College, Bristol, England and Private Chaplain to Queen Elizabeth II will be the guest preacher at The Anglican Church of the Resurrection, San Marcos. The church is located at 1645 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. Suite 105 in San Marcos. The nearest cross street to the church is Rancho Santa Fe Road and La Costa Meadows. Service begins at 6:00 pm and will be followed by a festive fellowship hour and Q & A with Canon Kovoor. &nbsp&nbsp(read more...)

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Resurrection Times Newsletter, July

The July newsletter for Anglican Church of the Resurrection in San Marcos is available in PDF on their website. This month, Fr. Eric Menees writes about leading the Clergy Retreat for the Dio. of Argentina, and new Sr. Warden Art Allard explains how he made the decision to join ACR.

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Anne Coletta Puts It All Together

We're fans of Anne.

St. Michael's by the Sea parishioner Anne Coletta, of AnglicanTV.org fame, beat me to it. Over at her blog, InnocentDoves, she's put together a comprehensive list of links to news stories which give a short history of EDSD's several attempts to reconcile the world unto itself (I'll explain why I keep using that phrase in a future post).

If your friends are asking you "what's with all the nonsense in San Diego," Anne's would be a good link to start them on.
http://innocentdoves.blogspot.com/2007/07/everything-youve-ever-wanted-t...

Here is a long round-up of news articles and blog entries on what’s been happening in the Diocese of San Diego and departing local parishes, organized chronologically for the most part. I’ve listed straight news stories first—from both the secular press and other sources, and then I've listed blog entries. The list is divided into sections:

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