A report on the Anglican Patrimony Conference

Apr 27, 2018 by

by David Pickering, Anglican Mainstream. The Anglican Patrimony conference (at St Stephen’s House, Oxford, on 25-26 April) brought together a wide range of those who value the Anglican inheritance and are concerned for traditional Christian orthodoxy, not only from the Church of England, but also ACNA, the Ordinariate, and the Anglican continuum. Its stated aim was ‘to consider the inheritance of traditional Anglicanism and the contribution this might make to the renewal of the Church’, taking...

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Britain’s Ordinariate is in peril. Here is how to save it

Aug 25, 2016 by

by Damian Thompson, Catholic Herald: Hostility from the authorities, and apathy from its own clergy, have put the Ordinariate’s future in danger. But there could be a simple solution. The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham is a canonical structure for ex-Anglican clergy and lay people who have been granted – by a mighty and irrevocable decree of Pope Benedict XVI – their own English Missal based partly on The Book of Common Prayer. The experiment has not been a runaway success, as...

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