Monthly Archives: May 2013

Henrician Anglicanism

Given some postings elsewhere on the blogosphere, I might have given the impression that I was advocating that the state of affairs in the ACC does or should resemble the Church of England under the reign of Henry VIII. One … Continue reading

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A Missing Link

No, it’s not a Barbie doll’s head dug up in the garden and submitted to the palaeontology faculty of the local university, but an earlier article of Archbishop Haverland about the doctrinal basis of the Anglican Catholic Church. I have … Continue reading

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The ACC as a Henrician Church

I have just found these fascinating articles dating from 2010 in Retro Church, a blog which is full of resources. * * * More From Archbishop Haverland on ACC Formularies [I won’t reproduce the comments, which can be read by … Continue reading

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The Hard Sell

It was last March when I wrote Evangelical Catholicism and New Evangelism. I had my little rant about the modern culture of advertising, hard selling and getting around the fact that a given person doesn’t want or need your product. When … Continue reading

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The Anglican Catholic Church on Unity

I realise I am getting tied up in knots responding to people I don’t know and whose “positions” could mean anything. Eventually, one becomes emotionally worn out and demoralised by the conflicts, and no progress is made. The restoration of … Continue reading

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Herding Cats Revisited

My wife and I have two adorable Chartreux cats who luxuriate in their thick and soft grey fur, named Celestine and her biological offspring is called Doucelin. We are woken each morning by incessant head-rubbing and purring as these two … Continue reading

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Ignorance and Prejudice

Bishop Damien Mead has just written up his experience in As it happened …. The Bishop’s Diary during CRE 2013, as the Anglican Catholic Church in England had a stand on the recent International Christian Resources Exhibition. People come in … Continue reading

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