Tag Archives: Canterbury Anglicanism

Conservative Anglicans

I meant to go for a long sail today along the east coast of the Contentin from Barfleur, but the weather started looking nasty already this morning in advance of what was predicted by the forecast. There’s an old saying … Continue reading

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Silver Jubilee of the ACC in England

My brother in the priesthood Fr Jonathan Munn has written a thoughtful article on our Silver Jubilee this year of our Diocese. 29th April: a Jubilee for the ACC! Our Diocese was founded in 1992 by Fr Leslie Hamlett, a … Continue reading

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Aspie Archbishop?

This is quite amazing – Michael Ramsey – an autistic archbishop ? Diagnosing a dead person is not easy to say the least (it has been tried with King George III and Mozart among others), but people did notice some strange … Continue reading

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The Elusive Anglican Patrimony

I have had discussions with my friend over the past couple of days, and the subject of the Ordinariates and Anglican Patrimony came up. I think that a lot of wisdom came out of these conversations, both of us being … Continue reading

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New Oxford Movement

I have just seen something from Fr Anthony Clavier on Facebook about the question of a new Oxford Movement, with a quote from an inaccessible website: We shouldn’t compromise the traditions of High Church worship. But if we think the … Continue reading

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The Fatal Flaw

It is a constant theme: Anglicanism is intrinsically flawed by its comprehensiveness and doctrinal relativism because of the lack of a teaching authority (magisterium).  It is one argument that convinces Anglicans who are new to it to become Roman Catholics. … Continue reading

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Mega Churches

It is an American phenomenon above all. It’s rather frightening. The mega church (or these two words joined together) is a term used to describe a Protestant, Evangelical or Pentecostalist church of more than a couple of thousand worshippers at … Continue reading

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