The Anglican Cathedral of Second Life

Christian unity

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In this week of prayer for Christian Unity, the service in the Anglican Cathedral of Second Life today will be adapted from one written specially by Korean Christians who are acutely aware of the division of their country where brothers and sisters have been parted for 50 years in some cases. The service starts at 2pm SL time. You are very welcome to join us, whether you have attended a service before or not. There is always someone who is happy to guide you if you are unsure of anything.

I look forward to meeting you there!

Helene Milena

Author: Helene Milena

Lay Pastor of the Anglican Cathedral in Second Life. Teacher, counsellor, wife, mother and grandmother.

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  1. I just read an article on CNN.com regarding unity in the Catholic Church without cultural uniformity (i.e., as Anglican congregations join while retaining their rites). I then wrote a post about the relationship of unity and doctrinal uniformity. In general terms, does unity require uniformity?

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