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  • Volume 64 Anglican Historical Society, Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn:
           Annual report for 2016
    • Abstract: Gibson, John
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 64 Address given to the Synod of the Diocese of Riverina St Alban's
           Cathedral, Griffith, 5th May 2017
    • Abstract: Byford, Edwin
      It is nearly fifty years since Kermit sang "It's not easy being green" in the second year of Sesame Street. With a little licence from that song's great writer, Joe Raposo, I want to suggest that in modern Australia "It's not easy being Christian."

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 64 Monaro Grammar School 1908-1928: A short-lived Church of England
           Diocesan School
    • Abstract: Burkhardt, Geoffrey
      In this account of a Church of England Grammar School which experienced a comparatively short life, the emphasis is placed upon its contribution to secondary education in the Monaro District of NSW and its role as a school belonging to the Diocese of Goulburn. The administrative context of this Grammar School, first established in Cooma in 1908 by the Rector of Cooma, the Rev. Canon Charles Burgess, is that it was founded as a limited company as a Diocesan school under the chairmanship of the Bishop of Goulburn, who was ex-officio chairman of Directors. At the time of its foundation the city of Canberra did not exist, and the site of the unnamed Capital was still being considered. The Monaro Grammar School was the first Anglican secondary school to be established in the Monaro District, and it was to cater for the secondary education of boys, as at that time there were no NSW government high schools or central schools in the district. The nearest secondary schools were located at Goulburn.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 64 An extract from 'The Southern Churchman', April 1952
    • PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 64 Ernest Henry Burgmann
    • Abstract: Browning, George
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 63 "Mother" Chisholm of the Kantara Canteen: Dame Alice Isabel
           Chisholm
    • Abstract: Langfield, Judith
      Just over one hundred years ago in July 1915 shortly after the disastrous Gallipoli campaign, a fifty nine-years old country woman, fearing greatly for her son, took herself and her younger daughter Dorothy off to Egypt to be near him and offer her services to the Red Cross. Alice Chisholm's son Trooper Bertram of the 6th Light Horse Regiment was studying architecture in England and returned to Australia in 1914. A year later he was seriously wounded at Gallipoli and transferred to the First Australian General Hospital at Heliopolis near Cairo. By the middle of that year, the hospitals were overcrowded with beds spilling out onto the entrance portico and pathways. There was a desperate lack of facilities and the nursing staff were extremely overworked.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 63 Saint James' Church; Tumblong. NSW
    • Abstract: Read, Peter
      The ecclesiastical history in Australia begins with the settlers of the First Fleet and the clergy accompanying them. The chaplains were under the discipline, authority and care of the Archbishop of Canterbury. As the colony continued to grow, Australia was in 1824 organised into an Archdeaconry of the Diocese of Calcutta. Ten years later it became "The Church of England in Australia" and on 24 August 1981 a name change to "The Anglican Church of Australia" confirmed Australia's place in the world-wide Anglican family.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 63 1991 Gulf war chaplain's reflections
    • Abstract: Hill, Archdeacon David
      This year marks the 25th anniversary of the end of the 1991 Gulf War. The 1991 Gulf War was an international response to Saddam Hussein's Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Australia's response was to send three Australian war ships, HMAS Sydney, HMAS Brisbane and HMAS Westralia and a group of Australian Navy divers, to help with the clearing of mines from Kuwait. There was a small group of Defence Logistic personnel ashore. I was sent as the RAN Chaplain to the three war ships and the Australian personnel ashore.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 62 Captains of the soul: A history of Australian army chaplains
           [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Main, Jean
      Review(s) of: Captains of the soul: A history of Australian army chaplains, by Michael Gladwin, Big Sky Publishing Pty Ltd, Newport, N.S.W. 2013.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 62 Louis Reginald Williams 1902 - 1980: Ecclesiastical architect:
           "The grand old man of church architecture in Australia"
    • Abstract: Langfield, Judith
      Louis Reginald Williams is a name connected closely to ecclesiastical architects and after a career lasting 65 years and designing many churches and buildings he is well remembered as an architect with a profound knowledge and great love of church buildings. Much of this information has been taken from a thesis written by Gladys Moore, who was his secretary for four years just before the Second World War.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 62 Anglican Historical Society, diocese of Canberra and Goulburn
           Annual report for 2015
    • Abstract: Gibson, John
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 62 St John's Moruya - history of renovations
    • Abstract: Chesher, Ron; Hill, David
      St John's Church in Moruya is one of the historic churches in the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn. Over the years St John's parishioners have contributed generously to the restoration and preservation of the historic church and rectory.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 62 St John's Care 25th anniversary
    • Abstract: Davis-Meehan, Stuart
      Today we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the launch of St John's Care and it has been my great privilege to have been a part of its history, albeit for only a small period of time. Having said that, next month I will have been here for a year.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 62 Praising God through music
    • Abstract: Campbell, John
      Psalm 150 is the last psalm of the Hebrew Psalter and is a litany of pure praise. It details all the wind, stringed and percussion instruments that may be used to build up, with song and dance, a crescendo of praise. It is like a doxology to the whole Psalter, embracing, finally, the whole world. "Let everything that has breath praise the Lord!" (Especially in the Stanford chant setting!)

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 61 God's architect: The churches and parsonages of Alberto Soares
           [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Body, Charles
      Review(s) of: God's architect: The churches and parsonages of Alberto Soares, Written and published by Graeme Barrow, Canberra, 2016.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 61 St Matthias' Currawang 140th anniversary service
    • Abstract: Frame, Tom
      One of the things we observe from history is that human 'nature' changes very little. Our appreciation and assessment of human 'conduct' might evolve and develop, but that does not dramatically change human 'nature' by which I mean how we act towards others or what we make of our lives. There are, of course, in every generation those who suppose that the world was a better place when they were growing up. The previous 20, 30, 40 years were always to be preferred to now. Like a favourite photograph that depicts us as we would most prefer to be remembered, so every human being can probably bring to mind halcyon days in which optimism overshadowed pessimism when what 'might' be clearly overshadows whatever has been.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 61 Forward in faith: Centenary to sesquicentenary in the diocese of
           Canberra and Goulburn: Part 1
    • Abstract: Wright, Canon Bill
      2013-2014 have been two years in which we have enjoyed celebrating the sesqui-centenary of the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn. Fifty years ago in 1963-1964 there were celebrations for the diocesan centenary with the theme "Forward in Faith". In seeking to understand a little of what has happened since then it is helpful to consider aspects of life 50 years ago.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 61 St Paul's Burra
    • Abstract: Walton, Ruth
      St Paul's church was built in 1868 on land that was part of a 200 acre grant made by Mr Charles Campbell in 1853. Most of the land was sold in 1928 and St Paul's is now located on narrow strip of land which, at the time of the original grant, was going to be used as a graveyard.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 61 "What's the use of Church history': Tell me some reasons."
    • Abstract: Stone, Kevin
      By way of introduction, let me tell you what happened to me last week. As I was shopping at Woolworths, an infrequent activity on my part, an older gentleman, older than myself, started conversing with me. He said, as he placed his purchases on the cashier's belt: "Did you hear the story about the lady in the confessional' She was sobbing away and the priest asked her, 'What's the matter'' 'It's my husband you know, he's just died.' So the priest trying to empathise asked, 'Did he leave you with some final words'' 'Yes, he just yelled out, 'Put the gun down, put the gun down.'"

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 61 A brief history of the use of flowers in Christian worship
    • Abstract: Bowler, Laurayne
      Paintings and sculptures provide evidence that the Egyptians used vases of flowers to decorate their homes and public places as long ago as 2686 BC with lotus and the papyrus being the plants most commonly used. During the Ptolemic era (305-30 BC) Greek and Roman writings reveal a more varied native plant life, including some foreign plants, most notably the rose. The earliest depiction of mixed cut flowers, artfully arranged in a container, is a mosaic of a basket of flowers from the Emperor Hadrian's villa at Tivoli near Rome which dates from early in the 2nd Century. In the mosaics of Ravenna, the Byzantines depicted contrived formal, tall, symmetrical arrangements of mainly foliage with regularly placed clusters of flowers. During the Renaissance, floral decorations became more studied and elaborate and were popular for decorating houses and churches. They were also depicted in terracotta wreaths and decorative ceramic plaques as well as paintings (e.g. by Andrea Mantegna and Carlo Crivelli). The painting "Virgin and Child and St John" by Sandro Botticelli, depicts a pyramidal arrangement in a pedestal vase.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 61 Forward in faith: Centenary to sesquicentenary in the diocese of
           Canberra and Goulburn: Part 2
    • Abstract: Wright, Canon Bill
      Ordinary, everyday events are the background to an understanding of the vicissitudes of life in the last 50 years. In 1964 the moon had not been stepped on by human feet, we were buying and selling goods in pounds, shillings and pence, measuring distance in miles, or in yards, feet and inches, gauging fluids in gallons and pints, being weighed in stones and pounds and reporting rain in inches. Television was in black and white; "God Save the Queen" was the national anthem, and it was played at the end of movies at the cinema and when radio stations closed at about 11 pm. Town lights were extinguished at midnight. Cars had no seatbelts. Banks and post offices were open on Saturday mornings. Children in isolated areas received correspondence lessons.

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  • Volume 61 The bells of St John's
    • Abstract: Hill, Archdeacon David
      According to the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, the tradition has it that Pallinus, Bishop of Nola in Campania, was the first to introduce the bell into Christian worship in AD 420. However the tradition rests on slender evidence, but it has given us two Latin words for a bell, 'campana' and 'nola', unless, as is more likely, the story was invented to account for the words. St Gregory of Tours (AD 585) is the first Christian writer who mentions "church bells" frequently.

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  • Volume 60 Anglican Historical Society Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn:
           Annual report for the year 2014
    • Abstract: Gibson, John
      2014 was a busy year with committee members involved not only with the normal cycle of events but also with our planning and contribution in this the 150th anniversary of our Diocese. References to this historic event appears in other sections of the report. As President may I say that your committee is a joy to work with. Each has a particular area they are responsible for as well as contributing to the overall work.

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  • Volume 60 Betty Cromer of the Churchwomen's union and the Churchwomen's
           diocesan council
    • Abstract: Benson, Wendy
      Edna May Cromer (always known as Betty) came to Canberra early in 1953, with her husband Neil and their two children Wendy and Robin. Neil was eventually to become the Commonwealth Director General of Forestry, and they lived in Yarralumla to be near his work at the Forestry and Timber Bureau.

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  • Volume 60 An interview with Helen Patterson (nee Dewhirst)
    • Abstract: Michael, Archdeacon
      Helen Dewhirst was born 1930 and grew up in Goulburn. Her family attended St John's Anglican Church, Bradfordville, a centre of North Goulburn Parish. The Great Depression affected the fortunes of families in Goulburn, but her father, being a public servant, never lost his job. He worked at Kenmore Hospital from 1910 until his death in 1953, apart from war service in Egypt and France in World War I.

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  • Volume 60 The reverend Alberto Dias Soares and St Stephen's Presbyterian
           Church, Queanbeyan
    • Abstract: O'Keefe, Brendan
      In 1871, as a favour to the local Presbyterian community in Queanbeyan, the Reverend Alberto Dias Soares, drew up plans and specifications for the church that the Presbyterians wished to build in the town. At the time, Soares was the rector of Christ Church in Queanbeyan and, as will be seen, he evidently saw no conflict of interest in designing a church for another religious denomination. St Stephen's, as the church would be called, was opened in March 1874 and was the only non-Anglican church that Soares designed. Intriguingly, Jan Armour in her 1974 history of St Stephen's stated that Soares "drew the plans in metric configurations." This claim, if true, would almost certainly make St Stephen's the only church designed and built to metric specifications in Australia in the 19th century. A recent find, however, has identified the source of the claim which, at the same time, calls into question its veracity.

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  • Volume 59 Memoirs of the Anglican Church in Rome
    • Abstract: Mead, Lionel
      For a boy from the Australian bush with a love for the Old World and still a limited knowledge of it and particularly of the ancient Church, Rome was an Ecclesiastical Aladdin's Cave. The key to that cave was All Saints' Anglican Church, our Anglican Home in Rome, as we came to call it.

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  • Volume 59 The bamboo cross at St John's Canberra
    • Abstract: Warden, Ian
      Australia's best church, St John's Anglican church in Reid, (discerning Sydney architect and author Elizabeth Farrelly has declared it to be Australia's best church and for her one of the nation's Ten Best Buildings) has just hosted an unusually poignant occasion.

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  • Volume 59 Reconciliation and repentance
    • Abstract: Black, Paul
      Writing in the ABM Review in June 1950, The Reverend Frank Coaldrake, said this about Bishop Michael Yashiro:

      "A strong, friendly man - not arrogant or conceited - medium height, solid build, dark complexion, and spontaneous laughter are the characteristics of Bishop Michael.

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  • Volume 59 A brief history of the Merimbula-Imlay district
    • Abstract: Bazley, Shirley
      White history in this region started in 1797 when a group of shipwrecked sailors made their way up the east coast of Australia from Ninety Mile Beach to Wattamolla Bay, where they were rescued and taken to Sydney. That epic journey introduced white men to numerous tribes of Aboriginals and these encounters were sometimes friendly, sometimes not. Sometimes practical help and food was offered, sometimes the survivors were threatened and possibly harmed, as of the 17 men who left the Sydney Cove, which had been wrecked in Bass Strait, only three made it to safety. Doubtless some of the men died as a result of the hardships they endured on the journey but there was evidence that some had met death from more violent causes. (There is an exhibit on show at the Old School Museum at the moment, tracing that journey and the re-enactment staged by the Scouting movement 200 years later).

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  • Volume 59 Bishop Christopher George Barlow - a man of rarest sympathy
    • Abstract: Wagland, Mark
      The bishops of Goulburn (and Canberra-Goulburn) are a fascinating and varied group of men. Each bishop has made a significant contribution to the Christian story in this region and, in varying degrees, to Anglicanism in Australia. Bishop Barlow, given his relatively long period in office, is curiously one of the less well-known bishops. This study of aspects of his life and ministry will hopefully stimulate interest in a bishop whose humility, sincerity and pastoral skills earned him the love and admiration of his priests and his people.

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  • Volume 58 The Epitaphs
    • Abstract: Hill, David
      An epitaph, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica, is a short text honouring a deceased person, strictly speaking that is inscribed on their tombstone or plaque, but also used figuratively. Some are specified by the dead person beforehand, others chosen by those responsible for the burial. An epitaph may be in poem or verse; poets have been known to compose their own epitaphs prior to their death, as William Shakespeare did.

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  • Volume 58 Diocesan clergy in 1864
    • Abstract: Wilson, Alan
      On the day of the installation of Bishop Mesac Thomas the Rev. William Sowerby read an address to him on behalf of the clergy of the new Diocese: "To the Right Reverend Father in God, Mesac, Doctor of Divinity, Lord Bishop of Goulburn.

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  • Volume 58 Arrival of Bishop Mesac Thomas
    • Abstract: Hodgson, Jill
      The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle for Saturday 9 April 1864 records in great detail the arrival of the first Bishop of Goulburn the previous day. Bishop Mesac Thomas was accompanied on the journey from Sydney by the Metropolitan, Bishop Frederic Barker, from whose diocese of Sydney the new Goulburn diocese had been excised.

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  • Volume 58 Celebrating Bishop Mesac Thomas, Sunday 6 April 2014
    • Abstract: Robinson, Stuart
      The following article is the text of an address given by Bishop Stuart Robinson at a service in St Saviour's Cathedral, Goulburn, on Sunday 6 April 2014 to mark the 150th anniversary of the arrival in Goulburn of the first Bishop of Goulburn, Mesac Thomas, on 8 April 1864.

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  • Volume 58 Father Peter - my father, my friend
    • Abstract: Davies, Mark
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  • Volume 58 Anglican Historical Society diocese of Canberra and Goulburn:
           Annual report 2013
    • Abstract: Gibson, John
      The report gives a summary of the activities of the Society since the last Annual General Meeting held in Gunning and indicates some of our plans for the future. 2013 is the busiest year that our committee members have experienced, not only with the normal cycle of events but also with our planning and contribution in this the 150th anniversary of our Diocese. The production of the book Deep and Lasting Foundations: Parishes of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn 2013 and contributing to the celebrations at St Saviour's Cathedral Goulburn in 2014, being two major areas of focus. To all the committee members for a year of work marked by diligence and enthusiasm, thank you.

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  • Volume 57 A comment on Professor Tom Frame's article in Journal 56
           (October 2013)
    • Abstract: Bunyan, John
      The October issue of the Journal was of much interest, especially the story of Mrs Mary Hill. However, I am writing with regard to Professor Frame's article to which there probably were varied responses at the Diocesan Clergy School. I note that The Established Church, edited by Mark Chapman, Judith Maltby, and William Whyte does mount a defence of establishment.

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  • Volume 57 Tracing the emergence of a canon of Holy Scripture in churches
    • Abstract: Frost, Anthony
      Christianity was and remains a religion of "a book." The holy texts contained within the Christian canon, however, have been influenced by both internal and external factors throughout its formation. External forces, such as heresy, persecution and ecclesiastical politics, served to strengthen the internal momentum of those texts used by early churches to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ. Over the last forty years there has been a growing interest in the origins, development, and continuing viability of the biblical canon as a fixed collection of sacred writings. Among the difficulties in investigating the canonisation of the New Testament is the absence of any detailed accounts of this process. This essay aims to make use of current research to trace the diverse and complex issues and significant junctures of canonical development up to 451CE.

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  • Volume 57 The beginnings of the young Anglican movement
    • Abstract: Hill, David
      Frederick Milton Hill as a young man was heavily involved in his parish church of the Holy Sepulchre, Northampton, England, as a youth worker and Bible study leader. During that time he heard the call to ministry in the then Church of England's Brotherhood of the Good Shepherd. He commenced his theological training at St John's College Morpeth in 1927. It was there that he met Ernest Burgmann who was at that time Principal of the College. On completing his training he was ordained deacon in late 1929 and joined the Brotherhood of the Good Shepherd based in Dubbo NSW. He was sent to the Parish of Bourke where he took a keen interest in religious education and youth work in the Parish.

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  • Volume 57 Sermon at a service of evening prayer at Christ Church,
           Queanbeyan, for the Anglican Historical Society of the diocese of Canberra
           and Goulburn in the 150th year of the diocese and the 175th year of the
           Queanbeyan Parish
    • Abstract: Willson, Robert
      I appreciate very much the opportunity to preach at this service for our Historical Society. Many years ago I was present at a meeting called by Bishop Dowling to found this society. The Journal has now recorded much valuable material about the Diocese.

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  • Volume 56 Anglican Historical Society Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn:
           Annual report 2012
    • Abstract: Gibson, John
      2012 has been most intensive in terms of planning and activities necessitating our meeting bi-monthly so that we could deal not only with our normal cycle of events but also in the planning for our contribution to the 150th anniversary of our diocese in 2013. I greatly appreciate the contribution of all the members of the committee and all that they do on our behalf. As our treasurer presents his report separately, I don't want to miss the opportunity to acknowledge John Gifford for his diligent and caring oversight of our finances.

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  • Volume 56 A place for meditation
    • Abstract: Nauta, Jane
      An Act of Parliament encouraged cemeteries to die...

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  • Volume 56 Why creating the Diocese of Goulburn was a really bad idea.
           Reflections on money and monarchism
    • Abstract: Frame, Tom
      The request that I address the diocesan sesquicentenary was suggested by +Trevor and +Stuart. I was given liberty to decide the overall theme and to determine the specific topics for each presentation. I trust that as diocesan leaders you have more than passing interest in the people and places, events and emphases that have shaped the challenges and influenced the circumstances that are before us in 2013.

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  • Volume 56 Mary Phillips Hill
    • Abstract: Hill, David; Hill, Ruth; Clipsham, Joan
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  • Volume 55 All Saints' Anglican church, Canowindra
    • Abstract: Farley, Audrey; Body, Charles
      The first available information on the Church of England in Canowindra reported that Bishop William Grant Broughton visited the area in 1845 and stated that "the settlers were so widely separated that the task of collecting them to one point would be hopeless".

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  • Volume 55 The church and parish builders of St. Andrew's Braidwood: Rev.
           James Allen and Rev. Joseph Dobson
    • Abstract: Wright, Christine
      I want to talk to you tonight about two clergymen in Braidwood: the Rev. James Allen1, the first Anglican minister here, and the Rev. Joseph Dobson. Both were responsible for building churches in Braidwood and in my opinion, the two ministers of greatest historical importance here. Along the way, you will hear some of the history of colonial New South Wales: the schism of the Presbyterian Church in Sydney, the great drought and economic depression years of the 1840s, and how the turbulent gold rush years of the 1850s, 1860s and 1870s affected the Anglican parish in Braidwood.

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  • Volume 55 The bush brotherhood experience
    • Abstract: Hansford, Hartley
      The Bush Brotherhoods were a unique Australian Anglican expression of ministry to those who lived in the more remote rural communities of our nation. Now as then the difficulty of ministering to bush people remains a problem of communication, notwithstanding radio telephones and private planes. The Anglican Church has seen its ministry in the outback as essentially one of going out amongst the people, getting to know them, and learning from them, listening to their problems, and providing the sacramental care of the Church in places far removed from normal parish activity.

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  • Volume 55 The 1662 book of common prayer: The prayer book of a nation
    • Abstract: Frame, Tom
      It is difficult for us to imagine the eve of Saint Bartholomew's Day 1662. We are locked in our own time, encased within our own experience. The customs and conventions of 2012 make it difficult to sympathise let alone empathise with those who have gone before us. The past is a strange place, they do curious things there. 350 years is not just long ago, it is virtually another world. But to the extent that we are able, let us try to gain a sense of the night before the new Book of Common Prayer was published and grasp what was at stake for its compilers and advocates, its recipients and its detractors.

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  • Volume 55 Editorial
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  • Volume 54 Anglican Historical Society: Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn:
           Annual Report 2011
    • Abstract:
      We have what I would describe as "a hands on" committee. Each member while taking a broad interest in the overall activities of the society, brings their own area of interest, expertise and experience to our discussions and decision making. I greatly appreciate the contribution of all the members of the committee and all that they do on our behalf. As our treasurer presents his report separately I don't want to miss the opportunity to acknowledge John Gifford for his work with our finances which he carries out with care and diligence.

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  • Volume 54 David Hill, Robert James and Robert Lindbeck: Parish and other
           appointments
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  • Volume 54 Church and parish ephemera: Significant historical resources
    • Abstract: Burkhardt, Geoffrey
      The aim of this article is to alert parish archivists and clergy to the necessity to retain and preserve at least one copy of printed paper items, documents and parish notices that would otherwise be thrown away, discarded and destroyed as seemingly being of no further relevance after the event. Such "throw-away" items of material published for a special event such as a parish concert, an order of service for a special occasion such as an installation of a rector, or a parish fete or special parish dinner, comprise a most useful historical record of the daily life and history of a church or parish. In some cases such "ephemera" may be the only surviving documentary record of a parish event.

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  • Volume 54 Yass Parsonage
    • Abstract: Nauta, Jane
      During the 1840 visit of Bishop Broughton to Yass, he laid the foundation stone for the Parsonage.

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  • Volume 54 St James church, Bowning
    • Abstract: Nauta, Jane
      The village of Bowning slowly developed at the edge of "the limits of settlement" in the 1820s. It is said that this was marked by a plough furrow up the side of Bowning hill, the hill that presides over the village and can be glimpsed through the window over the altar of St James' church. It is a volcanic core, probably iconic for the Ngunnawal tribe.

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  • Volume 54 St Clement's church, Yass
    • Abstract: Nauta, Jane
      Stone-mason Carl Valerius refers to St Clement's as the inside-out church, the only one he has come across. We do not know the date when the random rubble of the external walls was rendered, but we can see that the internal ashlar facing was there in the first place. He thinks that this was of stone quarried at Bundanoon, but that the rough stone, now covered, is local from a quarry that was around Joe O'Connor Park behind the hospital.

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  • Volume 54 350th anniversary of the book of common prayer
    • Abstract: Frame, Tom
      2012 is the 350th anniversary of the publication of the Book of Common Prayer. The following article is the text of an address given by Professor Tom Frame on Wednesday 30 May 2012 at the opening of an exhibition at St Mark's National Theological Centre in Canberra to mark this significant anniversary. Professor Frame is Director of St Mark's.

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  • Volume 53 Fortieth anniversary of the deaconing of the reverends David
           Hill, Bob James and Bob Lindbeck at St John the Baptist Church, Canberra
    • Abstract: Hill, David
      This article is the text of an address given by the Rev. David Hill at a service at St John's, Canberra, on St Thomas' Day 2011. Although written by David Hill, the article draws on contributions by Bob James and Bob Lindbeck.

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  • Volume 53 St Augustine's Anglican Church, Bethungra
    • Abstract: Manwaring, Don
      The Anglican Church in Bethungra had a humble beginning. History tells us that village adherents held their first service in a bark hut. In 1889 came the wooden church of St Peter's then in September 1903 plans were formulated for the building of a more substantial church to accommodate the rapidly growing population.

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  • Volume 53 125 years of worship in St Thomas' Anglican Church, Binalong
    • Abstract: Elphick, Jan
      The Rev. C.F. Brigstocke of Yass provided the first Christian ministrations in the Binalong district. He held a baptism in the town in 1840 and celebrated the marriage of "Wm Marshall and Caroline Fanning (or Fanion) of Galong" at Binalong in the Police Station on 12 March 1848. The first burial recorded is that of Elizabeth Cotter, a child of three years, who was buried at Binalong on 2 January 1850. Some other services were also provided in the district but the record of them has been lost.

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  • Volume 53 A brief history of St Paul's Murrumburrah
    • Abstract: Jamieson, Don
      The history of the parish of Murrumburrah-Harden is regarded as being "obscure". In his 1937 book History of the Diocese of Goulburn Ransome T. Wyatt, the Registrar of the Diocese, uses this term about the origins of the parish. At the time of the centenary of the parish in 1976, local historian Mr Richard Littlejohn remarked that not much information about the origins had been discovered since Wyatt's book had been written.

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  • Volume 53 Address to celebrate the feast of Saint Michael and All Angels
           Sunday 25 September 2011
    • Abstract: Hill, David
      Today we are celebrating the feast of St Michael and All Angels. The two lessons that were read for us take us back in time to heaven.

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  • Volume 52 Anglican historical society: Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn -
           annual report 2010
    • Abstract: Gibson, John
      It has been a very fulfilling year for your committee and every member, as well as contributing to the many matters before us, has also been specifically involved in an aspect of the Society's work. It makes it a very "hands on" committee with responsibilities for implementation of decisions shared around. While there were no changes in membership during the year, the Reverend Kevin Stone in November moved from Crookwell to Deakin ACT. As President I greatly appreciate all that the committee members do on our behalf.

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  • Volume 52 Canon Emeritus Ronald Moon: 5 May 1932 - 15 September2011
    • Abstract: Pryce, Bill
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  • Volume 52 Bishop Neville Chynoweth: 3 October 1922 - 12 August 2011
    • Abstract: Body, Charles
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 52 Random recollections of a retired rector
    • Abstract: Bertram, Canon Peter
      When I felt called to the ministry (1959) there was no selection panel to frighten the daylights out of an aspiring priest. No - there was Bishop Burgmann.

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  • Volume 52 Lanterns of the "dark ages": Monasteries and the origins of
           Christian schooling in the western world
    • Abstract: Burkhardt, Geoffrey
      Of what relevance to Christian church operated schools today were the monasteries of the "Dark Ages" and the early medieval period, over 1,000 years ago' This short overview of the sources or origins of present day Christian schooling attempts to address this question and elucidate some of the historical threads linking today's Christian schools and colleges in Australia, with the medieval Christian institutions, the monasteries, abbeys and convents, which safeguarded and fostered literacy and written records in illiterate pagan societies.

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  • Volume 52 King James and his Bible
    • Abstract: Harris, John
      On her death-bed, the childless Queen Elizabeth I of England nominated her cousin, James VI of Scotland as her successor. In the summer of 1603, when he was journeying south to become James I of England, he had no way of knowing he would be most remembered for an English Bible that would forever bear his name.

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  • Volume 52 Back to the future: Clergy formation in a mission minded church
    • Abstract: Frame, Tom
      We are often misled into thinking that progress is always about transforming past practices, discerning fresh insights and discovering new truths. The notion that human beings might have abandoned enduring customs and discarded eternal verities in order to embrace the latest passing fad is neither popular nor pervasive. It is always onwards and upwards, propelled by the tyranny of the allegedly relevant sustained by an abhorrence of inactivity in the face of the urgent. But from time to time, we are left with no alternative but to concede that those who lived before us and the circumstances that shaped their lives might not have been as uniformed or as lamentable as we might have imagined. Sometimes, we need to revive the spirit of wiser former ages and to recapture what has tragically been lost in our confusion of the purportedly relevant and allegedly urgent with the truly necessary and the genuinely profound. As I ponder the recent past and the nearer future for St Mark's National Theological Centre, I am increasingly struck by what can be gained from the way in which Anglican Christians prepared leaders for mission and ministry in colonial Australia, a century or more ago. Yes, we are better informed and better educated - in a formal sense. But, despite having fewer options and being captives to severe practical constraint, they were more effective and efficient in terms of mission and ministry - for some very simple reasons that repay our attention. Context is crucial.

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  • Volume 51 Anglican Historical Society, Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn
           Journal: Subject Index - Issues 31-40
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  • Volume 51 Anglican Historical Society, Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn
           Journal: Author Index - Issues 31-40
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  • Volume 51 A Century of Mission and Unity; A Centenary Perspective of the
           1910 Edinburgh World Missionary Conference [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Gibson, John
      Review(s) of: A Century of Mission and Unity; A Centenary Perspective of the 1910 Edinburgh World Missionary Conference, by Ian M. Ellis, The Columba Press Dublin 2010. 154 pages. ISBN 978 1 85607 689-0. RRP $29.95.

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  • Volume 51 Christ Church Queanbeyan 150th Anniversary Celebration
    • Abstract: Frame, Tom
      The speech given by the director of St Mark's, Tom Frame at the 150th anniversary celebration of the Christ Church Queanbeyan is presented in brief. He talks about his experiences and the way things have changed in the church with the passage of time.

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  • Volume 51 Pastoral Anglicans and Others at Tumbarumba
    • Abstract: Martin, George
      The life and the professions of the Pastoral Anglicans and other kinds of people residing in Tumbarumba. The article presents an overview of the British settlement that happened in the place, while also highlighting the relationships present between the families of Church of England and the Upper Murray.

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  • Volume 51 Glenroy Union Church
    • Abstract: McEachern, Grace
      The Glenroy Union Church was built in 1880s and has been restored since then and is now being used for numerous purposes, including marriages, baptism, etc. The article discusses the origin of the church and also talks about the people who have contributed to the development, building and maintenance of the church since then.

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  • Volume 51 A Short History of St John's Anglican Church, Batlow
    • Abstract: Lett, Evelyn
      The development and the history behind the St John's Anglican Church present in Batlow are discussed. The article presents an overview of the issues encountered in the development of the church and the clergies that served Batlow since the inception of the same.

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  • Volume 50 Subject Index - Journals 21-30
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  • Volume 50 Author Index - Journals 21-30
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  • Volume 50 Stop Press [Book Review]
    • Abstract:
      Review(s) of: Shepherds in New Country (1993). Review(s) of: Eyes on New Country (1995).

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  • Volume 50 Kelso: The Church's Gateway to the West [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Body, Charles
      Review(s) of: Kelso: The Church's Gateway to the West, by John Ellis, Halstead Pres, 2010, 272 Pages.

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  • Volume 50 Mesac Thomas: A Goulburn Hero Caught in a Greek Tragedy
    • Abstract: Vinson, Tony
      The text of a talk given by Professor Vinson at St Saviour's Cathedral, Goulburn, on Friday 12 March 2010. The talk was organised by the Anglican Historical Society.

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  • Volume 50 A Church Woman's Work
    • Abstract: Baskin, Judith
      The second part of an article by Judith Baskin which records the many responsibilities and tasks her mother, Joyce Baskin, undertook as the wife of an Anglican priest. (The first part was published in issue 49 (April 2010) of the Anglican Historical Society Journal.) This second part of the article deals with Joyce Baskin's contribution to church embroidery in the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn and further afield.)

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  • Volume 50 Editorial
    • Abstract: Body, Charles
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  • Volume 49 Life Membership Award to Howard and Valerie Quinlan
    • PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:20 GMT
       
  • Volume 49 Anglican Historical Society Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn
           Annual Report 2009/2010
    • Abstract:
      This is an edited version of the Annual Report presented by the Society's President, Archdeacon John Gibson, at the Society's Annual General Meeting held on Saturday 6 March 2010 at St John's Church, Canberra. The full report includes details of the Society's aims, committee members and other details which are printed elsewhere in this Journal so have not been repeated here.

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  • Volume 49 Sermon at the Eucharist to Celebrate the 125th Anniversary of
           the Diocese of Riverina
    • Abstract: Uematsu, Nathaniel
      This is the text of a sermon delivered by Bishop Nathaniel Uematsu at St Alban's Cathedral, Griffith, on Sunday 4 October 2009 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the creation of the Diocese of Riverina. Further details of the 125th anniversary celebrations are given in the Annual Report of the Society printed elsewhere in this edition of the Journal. Bishop Nathaniel has kindly given us permission to print the text of his sermon in the Journal.

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  • Volume 49 Report on a Survey of Historical Records Held by Parishes and
           Churches in the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn
    • Abstract: Burkhardt, Geoffrey
      The key aspects and features of a Survey of Historical Records held by Parishes and Churches in the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn are discussed. The main purpose of the project was to compile a Diocesan-wide inventory, in the form of a computer database, of all parish manuscript records and published parish and church documents of historical/archival significance.

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  • Volume 49 A Church Woman's Work
    • Abstract: Baskin, Judith
      This is the first part of an article by Judith Baskin which records the many responsibilities and tasks her mother, Joyce Baskin, undertook as the wife of an Anglican priest. The second part of the article, which will be published in the October 2010 issue of the Anglican Historical Society Journal, deals with Joyce Baskin's contribution to church embroidery in the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn and further afield.

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  • Volume 48 Anglican Historical Society, Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn:
           Treasurer's Report 2008/2009
    • Abstract: Locke, Stephen JM
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  • Volume 48 Anglican Historical Society, Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn:
           Membership Report 2008/2009
    • Abstract: Locke, Stephen JM
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  • Volume 48 Anglican Historical Society, Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn:
           Annual Report 2008/2009
    • Abstract: Gibson, John HA
      This is an edited version of the Annual Report presented at the Society's Annual General Meeting on 9 May 2009 at the parish of All Saints' Ainslie by the President, the Venerable John Gibson. The annual report includes the Society's aims, committee members and other details which are printed elsewhere in this Journal so have not been repeated here.

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  • Volume 48 St John's Women's Movement: 1951-2001
    • Abstract: Blencowe, Barbara
      At a meeting on 6 July 1951, the Women's Movement at St John's Anglican Church, Canberra, was established, adopting a Constitution drawn up by the Solicitor-General of the Commonwealth, Sir Kenneth Bailey, and presented by his wife Lady Yseult Bailey. Sir Kenneth and Lady Bailey were parishioners of St John's at the time.

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  • Volume 48 The Story of the Mothers' Union
    • Abstract: Turnbull, Laura
      In the village of Old Arlesford in the south of England a young Vicar's wife, Mary Sumner, looked at her first-born child. Amazed at the enormous responsibility of nurturing a human life, and conscious of her own inadequacies, she dreamed of a union of mothers coming together regularly for encouragement, support and education. It was not until 1876, when she was 48 years old, that she was ready to begin, in her husband's parish. She gathered together a group of mothers to discuss her ideas. They began holding meetings to help each other and to realize more fully their responsibilities as wives and mothers. Mary also helped the women to understand the significance of the sacrament of baptism and the teaching of the faith to their children.

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  • Volume 48 Queanbeyan 170 Years of Church and Town
    • Abstract: Smith, Wendy
      This article is the text of a talk given by Wendy Smith to a meeting of the Anglican Historical Society at Christ Church, Queanbeyan, on Friday 20 March 2009. Wendy is a Church Warden at Christ Church and is a longtime resident of Queanbeyan.

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  • Volume 47 St Stephen's Pejar: Sermon Preached by Bishop Tom Frame at a
           Service to Mark the 125th Anniversary of the Opening of the Church
    • Abstract: Frame, Tom
      Pejar is a few from Woodhouselee and is part of the Parish of Crookwell. The following article is the text of a sermon preached by Bishop Tom Frame (Director of St Mark's National Theological Centre) at a service held on Sunday 30 November 2008 to mark the 125th anniversary of the opening of St Stephen's.

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  • Volume 47 St James' Anglican Church, Woodhouselee
    • Abstract: Speer, Albert
      St James' Church at Woodhouselee (between Goulburn and Crookwell was consecrated on 19 December 1884. Due to declining numbers and the cost of maintaining the building, the church was closed in 2008 with the final service being held on Sunday 26 October 2008. Albert Speer MBE prepared a history of St James in 1993. Although events since 1 are not recorded, Mr Speer's article is reproduced in this issue of the Anglican Historical Society Journal in recognition of the closure of the church after 124 years of Christian witness in the community of Woodhouselee. The article refers to several memorials and items of furniture in St James. The wardens of the church are considering the most appropriate ways in which to preserve these memorials.

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  • Volume 47 The Rev'd William Sowerby Letters from Goulburn to St Bees in
           1838: Part 3; Transcript of the Rev'd William Sowerby's 1838 Letters
    • Abstract: Sowerby, William
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  • Volume 47 The Rev'd William Sowerby Letters from Goulburn to St Bees in
           1838: Part 2; Comments on the Letters by Emeritus Professor Brian Fletcher
           
    • Abstract: Fletcher, Brian
      Commentary on the two recently-discovered letters written by the Rev'd William Sowerby in 1838. .

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  • Volume 47 The Rev'd William Sowerby Letters from Goulburn to St Bees in
           1838: Part 1; Introduction
    • Abstract: Tierney, Alan
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  • Volume 46 In the Steps of Bishop Mesac Thomas
    • Abstract: Body, Charles
      In 2007 the former President of the Anglican Historical Society, Bishop Owen Dowling, suggested that the Society organise a trip to Wentworth in western New South Wales. In the footsteps of the first Bishop of the Diocese of Goulburn, Bishop Mesac Thomas, who made several trips into the western parts of New South Wales in the 1860s and 1870s. Bishop Owen's idea was picked up by the Society's Tours Officer, Jill Hodgson, who, assisted by Loaders Coaches of Grenfell, arranged a tour from Friday 9th May to Tuesday 13th May 2008. The following article is a brief account of the trip with some historical notes about the places visited. Sadly, Bishop Owen, who had been in ill health for some months, died just two days before the commencement of the tour.

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