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Anglo Catholicks and the Church of England


I have been an Anglo Catholic since the early 1970’s and before that I was mildly Catholic but still learning about Christianity in a village church which was more or less High Church with a slight leaning towards the Catholic approach … Continue reading

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Hope for Unity from Rome to Lambeth


It has been reported in the Tablet this week that new proposals are being put forward By the Roman Church to the Anglican Communion generally and the Church of England specifically which are a radical departure from earlier attempts to … Continue reading

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Archbishop Sentamu Addresses Christian Liberal Group ‘Changing Attitudes’


Archbishop Sentamu Addresses Christian Liberal Group ‘Changing Attitudes’  

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The Modern Village Pump; Who supplies the water?


In the debate at Derby Diocesan Synod the Bishop voted against the proposed ‘Anglican Covenant’ and I note from ‘Thinking Anglicans’ link that the rest of the synod, more or less, followed his lead.  The figures show that the majority … Continue reading

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The Proposed Anglican Covenant: a review, November 2011


Foreword… Well hello ladies and gentlemen Today I am going to offer you a view of the proposed Anglican Covenant (AC) and I have included a selective description of how the Archbishops, who are championing the proposal, have been approaching … Continue reading

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Rowan to Resign? What Next?


A short response the speculative ‘news’ (Telegraph newspaper) that Mr Williams is to resign in 2012  

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Church today: How are we doing?


This is a true story and one that occurred not so very long ago here in England. I once knew a young man who was a faithful member of an Anglican congregation.  He was an amiable and open sort of … Continue reading

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Who do you reject?


Who do you reject? Let’s nail this one (sorry for the allusion) but fundamentally, who do YOU reject?  By reject I mean, not let into your church, not allow to worship next to you?  With whom do you feel uncomfortable … Continue reading

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What is in a name?


“Yeah!  Well we heard from the Guardian that Osama wanted to do it for al-Qaida to improve its image and it seems to have done Robert Duncan in that new American Church a bit of good,so we thought, ‘why not?’  … Continue reading

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+ Bishop Jefferts Schori on the plight of many Anglican Communion members in developing countries.


Reported in The Episopel News Service Bishop Jefferts Schori has said that most of the Anglican Communion’s 80 million members live in developing countries adding that “The focus on food at this year’s G20 represents an important recognition by the … Continue reading

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