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Monthly Archives: March 2018
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The recent posts by my fellow blogger Simon Dennerly regarding Anglo-Catholics’ discomfort in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) reminded me of how much self-emptying and renunciation —accompanied by suffering—was required by our individuals and communities as we made … Continue reading
The Chrism Mass in Scranton, Pennsylvania scheduled for Mar. 22 has been cancelled due to concerns about weather and safety. A nor-easter has struck again.
After Monday’s article about the Anglican Church in North America’s Anglo-Catholic section, the Missionary Diocese of All Saints (MDAS) contemplating leaving the ACNA we received a statement from the Suffragan Bishop of MDAS, Richard W. Lipka: ” I want to be … Continue reading
This last weekend I spent in the twin cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul, metropoli filled with beautiful churches, of which the Cathedral of St. Paul and the Basilica of St. Mary are probably the best known, and the late, lamented Anglo-Catholic … Continue reading
In a special collaboration with Holy Faith TV we can finally bring you video footage of the Ordinariate Support Group in Moscow’s first Evensong last April; but by no means its last. You can read about the article we did … Continue reading
Long standing tensions within the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) between the Protestant majority and the Anglo-Catholic minority, eerily similar to that in the Anglican Communion, have finally come to a head. The Bishops of the Anglo-Catholic ‘Missionary Diocese … Continue reading