The Rev’d Dr. Michael Carreker is priest associate at St. John’s Church, Savannah, Georgia.
The Rev’d Dr. Robert Crouse, Retired Professor of Classics at the University of King’s College and at Dalhousie University, Halifax Nova Scotia, is Honourary Canon Theologian of the Diocese of Saskatchewan, and Honourary President of the Prayer Book Society of Canada, and a member of the Canadian Anglican Primate’s Theological Commission. He is a founding member of the Prayer Book Society of Canada, and the Nova Scotia Branch of the PBSC, and has taught and written widely on many questions relating to theology, and classical Anglicanism.
Rhea Bright is a graduate in Classics of Dalhousie University, Halifax, and is past president of the Prayer Book Society of Canada – NS/PEI. She now lives in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where her husband Patrick is Rector of All Souls’ Church there. They have five children at present. Mrs. Bright’s paper was originally presented at a meeting of the Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Branch of the Society, and then in The Machray Review of the Prayer Book Society of Canada, with whose permission it is reprinted.
Bishop Anthony Burton: Having studied at the University of Toronto, Dalhousie University, and Oxford University, he was ordained in the Diocese of Nova Scotia where he served in two parishes on Cape Breton Island where he married Anna Erickson, a native of California. They then moved to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, in 1991 where he served as Dean and Rector of the Cathedral. They have two children.
Susan Harris is Head of Conservation at Dalhousie University Library in Halifax. She has sung in the King’s College Chapel Choir, and in the St. George’s Parish Choir of Halifax. She is an active and founding member of the Prayer Book Society in Nova Scotia. A daughter of the Rectory, her brother is also an Anglican clergyman.
The Rev’d William H. Ralston Jr. is Rector of St. John’s Church, Savannah, Georgia.
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