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Popular New Zealand blog, “Liturgy,” back online after break

Popular New Zealand blog, “Liturgy,” back online after break

Bosco Peters, an Anglican priest in New Zealand, operates a wonderful web site called, simply Liturgy.  Sadly though, Peters has been on a sort of blogging sabbatical for awhile, he even spent some time on pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago, but today he is back online and re-energized.  He writes; “It has been a very fruitful break from blogging. And I return to blogging with energy for mission and ministry on the web, for quality liturgy and worship, & for healthy spirituality”

Liturgy really offers some of the finest conversations on how we do worship in the Anglican blogosphere; for an introduction you might like this presentation;





Here at the Café, we’ve been thinking about resurrecting our blogroll; and if we do, Liturgy would definitely be on the list.


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Kurt Hill

Good to see you back, Fr. Bosco! Excellent talk on the Liturgy!

Kurt Hill
Brooklyn, NY

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