Category Archives: Anglican

Anglican Ecclesiology

Regarding non-Catholic views of ecclesiology, the Anglican petri-dish often has useful postings. For example, over at Stand Firm, in a posting by A. S. Haley, I’d like to comment:  re 8 “What is your ecclesiology?” at far remove from the … Continue reading

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Hurricane

I’ve been more of a fan of N.T. Wright’s scholarly writings than of his popularizations which he signs as Tom Wright. His new book, Simply Jesus, which he signs as N.T. Wright, is at first glance more popular than scholarly; … Continue reading

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Anglican Politics

In a posting back in 2009, Fr Anthony Chadwick gives a useful brief review of Anglican politics from a Catholic viewpoint: . . . Is availing ourselves of Anglicanorum Coetibus a betrayal of Anglicanism? No, because Anglicanism in its origins … Continue reading

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Backed by the Authority of the Church

Over at the Anglo-Catholic, Fr Holliday writes: “The holy People of God shares also in Christ’s prophetic office,” above all in the supernatural sense of faith that belongs to the whole People, lay and clergy, when it “unfailingly adheres to … Continue reading

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ACA/TAC Anglicans’ request to Vatican

Released by the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church in America, Traditional Anglican Communion 3 March 2010 We, the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church in America of the Traditional Anglican Communion have met in Orlando, Florida, together … Continue reading

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TAC’s 2007 Petition

From Christian Campbell: Laudetur Jesus Christus! Now that the CDF has responded formally to each of the TAC bishops and vicars general, Archbishop Hepworth has released the full text of the October 2007 Portsmouth Letter, the Petition by which the … Continue reading

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Our Past is Latin

In an article on the Anglo-Catholic blog, Fr Michael Gray writes: The question is not whether the Copts, or so-called Antiochenes, or whoever, are legitimate jurisdictions of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church (though some might wish to dispute … Continue reading

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