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.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Two Tracks to 'Communion'
What might the Archbishop of Canterbury's "two-track" model for the Anglican Communion look like at the local level?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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