Various correspondents have alerted me to some wonderful things written or spoken by others elsewhere.
A couple of excellent responses to Justin Duckworth being elected the next Bishop of Wellington, including an audio comment by Kevin Milne and a Herald feature.
However one famous New Zealander, by implication, is not impressed by the next episcopal head of Wellington's Anglicans.
Here is a stirring charge to the TEC General Convention members. (As always I note things here going on in American Episcopalianism because its implicit claim to the Communion it has brought so much trouble upon is, 'Here is the way, walk ye in it.' )
While in North America read a thoughtful Agenda for Recovering Christianity in America.
As always Anglican Down Under is fair (but that may not mean much: in an email Ron Smith mentions in the comments, so also does our Christchurch Press claim to be!!), so here is the Presiding Bishop of TEC, Katharine Jefferts Schori on (so to speak) her agenda for recovering Episcopalianism in America.
Within our own Diocese and from its website, Bishop Victoria's charge to our recent synod is available online.
In the ongoing controversy about our cathedral I note that one open letter re the transitional cathedral and a specific controversy about its operating budget is published here. This letter is part of our Diocese's media response to poor coverage of the cathedral issues by the Christchurch Press. Yesterday we received an email bulletin rebutting various points made in a recent editorial. When that is posted online I will link to that. Various links to Press and other media items are on Taonga here.
Positively, looking ahead to the new cathedral, your opportunity to write down ideas about the shape, size and style of the cathedral and its mission is at this site.
Finally, if you have nothing better to do, an article on the resurrection may interest you, go to the latest issue of a (resurrected) Stimulus and click on the first article link to read the PDF.