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Anglicans Online (sometimes abbreviated as AO) is an unofficial weekly news magazine of the Anglican Communion. Its editorial staff is private and unaffiliated. A project of the Society of Archbishop Justus founded in 1994, AO includes more than 30,000 links and has more than 250,000 readers. Its editorial line is liberal theologically, but displays a deep affection for Anglican traditions and history.
The site includes listings of Anglican organizations, official websites and parish websites. While Continuing Anglican organizations are exhaustively listed, any mention of the Anglican Ordinariates is conspicuously absent. The site is updated each Sunday night by a volunteer staff who also write a weekly editorial letter commenting on matters of church history, theology or politics. As of August 2014, the editors of Anglicans Online are Brian Reid, Helen Gordon, and Allie Graham. Managing editor Cynthia McFarland died in 2014. Volunteer staff members come from the UK, Canada and the United States.