Other Links

Anglicans Online An independent newsmagazine for the Anglican Communion.

Episcopal Cafe, an independent website featuring, news, reflections, video, poetry, and other useful items. 

Project Canterbury a home on the Internet for Anglican texts.

Anglican Communion News Service The official resource for news on things Anglican throughout the world.

Anglican Domain This Anglican Domain web site is not official in any way. It is produced and sponsored by the Society of Archbishop Justus as a global resource.

Archives of the Episcopal Church, USA. Responsible for the collection, management, and preservation of the records and archives of the national Episcopal Church.

The Book of Common Prayer Online, a collection edited by Charles Wohlers

Anglican Communion Legal Advisors' Network, which studies the Canon Laws of the various member Provinces of the Anglican Communion.

The Lectionary, implementing the Calendar of The Episcopal Church, with Collects and Readings. 

The Daily Office, updated daily with email and Facebook options, Rite II with Enriching Our Worship.  

The Daily Office The full text from the 1979 BCP in English or Spanish, keyed for both Western and Orthodox calendars. [Rite II]

The Saint Bede's Breviary, offering the Episcopal Daily Office in both Rite I and II and with options to include extra material, by Dr. Derek Olsen. 

The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church The oldest Anglican seminary in the United States

Lancelot Andrewes Press
This is the publishing arm of the Fellowship of Saint Dunstan, a non-profit organization for the advancement of historic Christian orthodoxy, as expressed by the liturgical and devotional usages of traditional English Christianity (particularly as embodied in the texts of traditional editions of the Book of Common Prayer, the 1611 Authorised Version Bible, and related texts, commentaries, hymnals and chant books). Publications include reprints of works by John Mason Neale and Winfred Douglas.

Oremus Bible, Prayer, BCP, and Hymnal resources on the Internet

The Society of Catholic Priests,  which observes, "First that there is a real hunger for a group focused on mutual support and collegiality freed of the competitive and issue driven nature of things, and that there is a desire for a solid, creedal, sacramental and prayer book centered spirituality."

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