New Anglican Blog links on the sidebar

Posted by The_Elves

We've added a handful of new Anglican links added to sidebar. We'll add non-Anglican links in a few days. Feel free to keep recommendations coming. A list of the new links added follows below.

We've added the following links to the Anglican Blog section of the sidebar. Note that we've made a separate section for international Anglican bloggers and that at least for now, we are not categorizing those bloggers as reasserters or reappraisers.

US: Reasserters

Adiaphora
http://adiaphora.curzons.cc/

All Too Common:
http://all2common.classicalanglican.net/

Northwest Anglican
http://northwestanglican.blogspot.com/

Quo Vadis
http://adamantius.net/


US: Reappraisers

Fr. Gawain ("John Wilkins")
http://stbartswp.dioceseny.org/saltyvicar


And to the list of overseas Anglican blogs:

Anglicans All, from New Zealand:
http://www.duomo.ac.nz/acnz/

Anselmic's place (a T19 reader and Anglican vicar in the Philippines)
http://anselmic.wordpress.com/

David Ould (didn't realize he still had a blog. Glad he wrote us)
http://www.davidould.net/

Dave Walker (Cartoon Church)
http://www.cartoonchurch.com/

Do let us know of Anglican blogs we've missed. Kendall makes the final call on these and there are some blogs he is choosing not to promote. But we'd love to know about blogs we may have overlooked. So, if there is a blog you read which you don't see, please let us know.

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2 Comments
Posted June 13, 2007 at 8:15 am [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. MattJP wrote:

Thanks!

June 14, 8:36 pm | [comment link]
2. Anselmic wrote:

Finally have DSL again after 3 weeks without web access at home. Thanks for including me, it’s appreciated.

June 15, 12:33 pm | [comment link]
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