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Our latest news.

The Music of Doomsday

This week we bring to a close the Christian year, Advent being the beginning of the new cycle. The Sunday before Advent is celebrated in modern lectionaries as “Christ the King,” which is a fitting commemoration to the end of a cycle; but the older observance, still known in parts of the Anglican Communion as…

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Update from Uganda

Despite primary and secondary schools remaining closed in Uganda until January, we have been incredibly busy. Colleges and universities are allowed to reopen for in-person instruction in November, but Michelle discovered a loophole in the regulations that allowed our teachers college students to return to campus this month. Our current cohort had only about two…

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