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New Oxford Notes: October 2009

City of Confusion

Some say the demise of Anglicanism truly began in the 1530s when King Henry VIII "nationalized" the Catholic Church in England.

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Two Tracks to 'Communion'

What might the Archbishop of Canterbury's "two-track" model for the Anglican Communion look like at the local level?

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With Cautious Optimism

We would be remiss not to recognize some very promising developments in the life of the Church -- developments that would have been unthinkable just a decade ago.

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