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THE ANGLICAN DIGEST Founded 1958 ISSN 0003-3278 Vol. 55, No. 1 The Anglican Digest is published four times per year by SPEAK, the Society for Promoting and Encouraging Arts and Knowledge [of the Church] at Hillspeak, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
THE ANGLICAN DIGEST Founded 1958 ISSN 0003-3278 Vol. 55, No. 1 The Anglican Digest is published four times per year by SPEAK, the Society for Promoting and Encouraging Arts and Knowledge [of the Church] at Hillspeak, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

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The
Anglican Digest
TM
SPRINGA.D. 2013
A quarterly miscellany reflecting the wordsand work of theChurches of the Anglican Communion
 
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THE ANGLICAN DIGEST 
THE ANGLICAN DIGEST
ISSN 0003-3278 Vol. 55 No. 1Printed in the U.S.A.
The
 Anglican Digest
is publishedquarterly by SPEAK, the Society forPromoting and Encouraging Arts andKnowledge (of the Church) inEureka Springs, AR
Board of Trustees
The Rt. Rev. Edward L. Salmon, Jr.,Chair, The Rev. Christopher Colby,Vice-Chair, Dr. E. Mitchell Singleton,Sec./Treas.,The Rt. Rev. John C. Bauerschmidt,The Rev. Dr. C. Bryan Owen,and Ann Cady Scott.
Inquiries and Correspondence
Tom Walker, General Manager805 County Road 102Eureka Springs, AR 72632-9705Phone: 479-253-9701FAX: 479-253-1277email:
anglicandigest@att.net
Web site:
anglicandigest.org 
THE ANGLICAN DIGEST is availableto all who request it. Not connected toany particular institution, parish, ordiocese in the Anglican Communion,it is supported solely by contributionsand advertisements. Paid ads mustmeet guidelines set by the Board ofTrustees but do not represent theirendorsement. Views expressed in arti-cles and advertisements do not neces-sarily represent those of the Trustees.
©2013 SPEAK, Inc. All rights reserved.
 Just a Word...
A
s we celebrate 55 years ofTAD, we look back with fondmemories of great people inthe Church and their contribu-tions to helping us under-stand, embrace, and walk inthe Light of God’s Word.
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hile looking to the past, wedwell in the present, enjoyingthe fellowship of the faithfularound the world, findingnew ways to communicate,making new friends, honoringthose who walk with us in thisministry of spreading thegood News of Christ Jesus.
A
nd recognizing that thepresent is but tomorrow’spast, we look to the future aswe intend, God willing, to seeT
HE
A
NGLICAN
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IGEST
remaina vital force for Christiangrowth and outreach in theAnglican Communion. Use ofthe internet and social net-working to connect with ourreaders, ongoing evaluation ofthe content and format forTAD, written and on-line, andbringing minds to imagine
 
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and new eyes to bear uponour efforts will carry us for-ward.
W
hile technology mayimpact our lives in manyways, at the heart of ourhumanity lies an eternal needfor communion with God, afaith that will sustain us inthis life, and a hope for the lifeto come. The message we atTAD deliver is, in the words ofthe writer to the Hebrews,“Jesus Christ is the same yes-terday and today and forev-er.”— The Rev. John Burton+
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 About the Cover 
We honor the work and lifeof one of our earlier editors,Tom Goddard. His block printartistry graced the covers ofTAD in the 1970s and the cov-ers this year will recreatesome of those for our audi-ence of today.
Silence
We live in a world full ofnoise. It assaults us whereverwe go. It is so much a part ofdaily life in America that whenwe are exposed to silence mostof us become nervous in lessthan one minute. Christianityhas always held that in silencewe are given the opportunityto meet the sacred. Silencereminds us that no words canadequately express the mys-tery of God or fully express themind of God. Everything wetry to say falls short of the real-ity that the Word became fleshand dwelt among us.
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uiet has a special place inGod’s design. It can be theplace where we sense God’spresence at the deepest levelsof the heart. At designatedtimes in the Mass quiet isencouraged—look closely atthe rubrics in the Book ofCommon Prayer. We are calledby the rubrics to fall silentbefore we offer prayers, toreflect on Scripture and tothank God for the Eucharist.The most important time ofsilence however is kept before

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