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Discussions of Anglo-Catholicism

There are presently quite a few discussions about Anglo-Catholicism. By far, the most interesting articles are from Archbishop Peter Robinson. He has been writing about the north-end position, a subject upon which I touched a few years ago in North … Continue reading

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Ideal Characteristics of Anglo-Catholicism

To follow up from my previous article, I give some ideas about what I would like to see in Anglo-Catholicism as expressed in the Continuing Churches and how things could be in the future. Rather than a revival of the … Continue reading

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Anglo-Catholicism, Modernism and Aggiornamento

The Holy Triduum always has its profound effect on me as on countless other Christians. We are speechless faced with the horror of human wickedness and the contrasting love of God in Jesus Christ – that one last hope for … Continue reading

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Anglican Catholicism, a twitch upon the thread

I have been looking at a fascinating thread on the Anglican Ordinariate Forum on Facebook. Some of those people reflect well, among those of a more fearful disposition. I will try to give a general gist of some of these … Continue reading

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Beware of the Anglo-Catholics…

I have been away from the blog for nearly a week, dismantling a pipe organ, moving it and installing it in another church. It was hard work and that re-installation was followed by a visit to another church in the … Continue reading

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Anglo-Catholic conspiracies?

The author of More On Anglican Papalism seems to have bitten off a little more than he can chew when attempting a criticism of English Anglo-Papalism. It just doesn’t seem to match what I have experienced in my native country. … Continue reading

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Evangelical Catholicism Revisited

A few days ago, I had my rant (Evangelical Catholicism and New Evangelism) about the kind of Christian evangelism that resembles modern business and marketing methods. Everywhere we turn, we find advertising (Wikipedia article that equates advertising as a kind of … Continue reading

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Suggestions for Anglo-Catholic Union

My perspective will certainly seem to some to be a little on the “innocent” side, as I have very little experience of Anglican institutional wrangling. I am isolated and have very little in the way of social connections with my … Continue reading

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Counter Reformation Catholicism

I have already written on Counter Reformation Catholicism on the Anglo-Catholic blog. Though this blog has been in hiatus for some time, we can be grateful to its moderator for having kept the existing material in place. I woke this … Continue reading

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High-Church Anglicanism after Anglo-Papalism

In the light of events surrounding the departure of many Anglicans into the ordinariates and the total side-lining of the Traditional Anglican Communion, we really do need to look yet again into the perils of following Rome in all liturgical … Continue reading

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