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Tag Archives: anglican
Participating at Church
Haligweorc writes on Basic Disciplines for [Anglican] Liturgical Worship, Part II, but makes several generally-applicable points. I especially liked this bit: Check the psalms. Does it really say, “Let the sea thunder and all that is in it; let the … Continue reading
Posted in Liturgy Tagged anglican, music, participation 2 Comments
When God is left out of it then all we’re left with is our own ideas, and we defend those to the death and preferably the death of the other. When God is in the middle of it, there is … Continue reading
Installation Mass: Ecumenical and Interfaith Attendees
I am overjoyed to learn that the Patriarch of Constantinople will be attending Pope Francis’ installation mass!!! This is the first time in a thousand years that an Orthodox patriarch will be involved in the installation of the bishop of … Continue reading
Modern Day Sarum Prymer
Haligweorc reports on, and has written the forward for, a Sarum Prymer: a precursor to the Book of Common Prayer which adapted the monastic practice of the Daily Office (Liturgy of the Hours) to non-monastic life. I particularly appreciated this … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Church history, Liturgy Tagged anglican, book of hours, devotion, incarnation, mary 2 Comments
Sarah Coakley on women bishops
Sarah Coakley writes from a theological perspective on the current state of affairs in the Anglican church involving women priests (allowed) and women bishops (still not allowed due to the squeakingly narrow defeat of a recent vote). She pulls no … Continue reading
Posted in Ecclesiology, Feminist theology Tagged anglican, coakley, ideology, ordination 3 Comments
Nice analysis over at the Commonweal blog on the extremely narrow defeat of a measure that would have allowed women bishops in the Church of England.
Ashes to go?
Some of our Anglican sisters and brothers have started taking a different approach to Ash Wednesday: they’re taking the ashes out of church and out to meet people where they are. Although I have some reservations about this idea, I … Continue reading
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