Acting Bishop of London criticised for comments on ‘faffy’ High Church

Jan 28, 2018 by

by Abigail Frymann Rouch, Telegraph: The acting Bishop of London has been criticised by senior clergy for describing the High Church tradition as “faffy ceremonial” and suggesting it lacks “deep faith”. Bishop Pete Broadbent, bishop of Willesden, made the comments in a Facebook discussion beneath...

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The Gospel and the Catholic Church – A conference discussing Anglican Patrimony today

Jan 23, 2018 by

A message from Bishops John Hind and Michael Nazir-Ali: The impetus for this conference began in the 80th anniversary year of Michael Ramsey’s “The Gospel and the Catholic Church”. This suggested the possibility of a conference to consider the inheritance of traditional Anglicanism and the...

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Can Anglo-Catholic churches grow?

Dec 6, 2017 by

by Fr Richard Peers, Psephizo: Not so many years ago it was generally accepted that the Church of England was a finely balanced three-legged stool of Anglo-Catholics, evangelicals and the liberal establishment. The debate about the ordination of women has diminished Anglo-Catholicism both in...

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Mawer, Percy, and the See of Sheffield: what if Conservative politicians had supported Philip North?

Sep 25, 2017 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: Sir Philip Mawer’s report on the circumstances surrounding the nomination of Bishop Philip North to the See of Sheffield makes interesting reading, in particular what it means for the ‘mutual flourishing’ of both proponents of women priests and bishops, and those unable to...

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New Bishop Of Sheffield Announced As Traditionalist Anglo-Catholic Philip North

Jan 31, 2017 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: The traditionalist Anglo-Catholic Philip North is being promoted to be the new Bishop of Sheffield, Downing Street has announced. Currently Bishop of Burnley, Rt Rev Philip North, 50, will replace Steven Croft, now Bishop of Oxford, and will consecrated at...

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