Charles A. Coulombe
A review of The North American High Tory Tradition
TO "THE ANSWER PRIEST"
Edward B. Connolly
Same-sex marriage is causing deep and possibly irreparable division in the Anglican Communion, the third-largest Christian communion in the world.
RE-APPROPRIATING THE SUBJECTIVE WITH THE OBJECTIVE
Richard Upsher Smith Jr.
RALPH ADAMS CRAM & THE ANGLO-PAPALISTS
The recent history of the Anglican Communion shows that shedding virtually all of its distinctively Christian moral teachings in order to achieve "relevance" has disastrous results.
The days of trusting what's going on deep behind the scenes in chanceries and in the Roman curia are over. Transparency is what's needed, not blind trust in some broken bureaucracy.
UNDERSTANDING A GOODLY HERITAGE
Martha C. Eischen
Some mainline Protestant denominations are in rapid decline because they have no message that is discernibly different from the secular culture.
FROM OUT OF C.S. LEWIS'S LONG SHADOW
Chene Richard Heady
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
Review of Fires of Faith: Catholic England Under Mary Tudor
Just when we were beginning to think that things couldn't get any more schizoid in the Anglican Communion, things are getting, well, more schizoid.
C.S. LEWIS & T.S. ELIOT ON CONTRACEPTION
Gregory K. Laughlin
PIKE OR PIUS?
Andrew M. Seddon
The practical effect of the Pope's Anglicanorum Coetibus has been to crystallize the
significant differences between modern Anglicanism and Holy Mother Church.
Anglican prelates are already dropping hints that they are seriously considering taking up Pope Benedict's offer to help them across the Tiber.
What might the Archbishop of Canterbury's "two-track" model for the Anglican Communion look like at the local level?
Some say the demise of Anglicanism truly began in the 1530s when King Henry VIII "nationalized" the Catholic Church in England.
BAPTISM OR BIRTHRIGHT?
F. Douglas Kneibert
For many liberal Christians, God has been reduced to a sugar daddy who hands out His gifts free of charge -- come one, come all.
Why does the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury feel it necessary to hold a "secret" Communion service with gay clergy?
The Anglican Church of England would no doubt be close to shutting down if it weren't for "gay" and lesbian clergy.
James S. Blankenship
According to Pope Leo XIII, Anglican Orders are "absolutely null and utterly void." That makes the Anglo-Catholic "Eucharist" invalid, too.
It's luv, luv, luv that makes the world go round, and who cares what comes after.
Might the Golden Age of Anglican converts be coming to an end?
A revealing vignette about the priorities of the Episcopal Church...
It would appear that homosexuals are a special breed entitled to special privileges in the Episcopal Church.
There are still Catholic bishops who believe that a Third Vatican Council could authorize priestesses and bishopettes.
Larry A. Carstens
TOLERANCE FOR VAMPIRES
The Anglicans has fallen on hard times, both in terms of membership and finances.
Stanley L. Jaki
Review of John Henry Newman: The Challenge to Evangelical Religion by Frank M. Turner
MAY WE LEARN, SOONER RATHER THAN LATER
THE DIASPORA OF TRADITIONAL ANGLICANS
William J. Tighe
A CHAPTER IN THE ILLUSION OF REUNITING CANTERBURY WITH ROME
Review of The Voices of Morebath: Reformation and Rebellion in an English Village
FEMINISM RULES — AND RUINS
When fewer and fewer men enter a profession, does it become marginalized?
A RESPONSE TO THOMAS STORCK
WAS HE 'ECUMENICAL' OR NOT ?
A PLACE HAS BEEN PREPARED
Charles M. Wilson
BY WHAT AUTHORITY DOES C.S. LEWIS PONTIFICATE?
Review of Ancient Faith and Modern Freedom in John Dryden's The Hind and the Panther
LOOKING BACKWARD FROM YEAR 2015
NEO-PAGANISM: OUT OF THE BROOM CLOSET
The Catechism — like the Ten Commandments and Jesus’ injunctions against lust — reduces ECUSA’s sexuality resolution to cinders.
Too many seminarians these days are too outspokenly traditional.
Let Rome be Rome, and let the ecumenical chips fall where they may.
When Newman speaks of his happy surprise at how objective and real he found the Catholic religion to be, he often refers to the Real Presence.
If Episcopalians want to call their bishop by his (or her) first name, that's their business.
Why are Anglicans more tired on Sunday mornings nowadays than they were 30 years ago?
Anglo-Catholicism was a victim of its own success
"Remember that Episcopal lady priest you met at the ecumenical conference?"
The wealthy Anglican Churches promote a radical transformation of Christianity to make it over in a way agreeable to elite society.
Since all that was valid about the “Reformation protest” has been accepted by the Church, it is time for Protestants to “come home.”
Thomas Cranmer was one of the overseers of what Diarmaid MacCulloch calls “a religious revolution of ruthless thoroughness.”
Review of Catholic and Reformed: The Roman and Protestant Churches in English Protestant Thought, 1600-1640
EVANGELIZATION? NOT IN BRITAIN
Hopes for the full evangelization of Anglicans were dashed by a statement issued by, of all people, the Catholic bishops of England.
Review of A Tactful God. Gregory Dix: Priest, Monk and Scholar
James G. Hanink
ESCHEWING TRENDY SPECULATION
A review of Anglican Difficulties
TO FIND & RESCUE THE ONE LOST SHEEP
William K. Klimon
Review of Living Tradition
Review of The Panther and the Hind
Letter from England
John Warwick Montgomery
HUNGRY FOR LITURGY
Review of The Achievement of John Henry Newman
Paul van K. Thomson
Review of One Step Enough by Peter Cornwell
Mary Alma Parker
Now in our time an edition of the BCP has appeared under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Church, which does what none of its predecessors did or could do.
Moorman covers development of the Book of Common Prayer, the place of the English Bible in the Church, hymnody and its influence on worship, and more.
ON DOROTHY L. SAYERS
Rosamond Kent Sprague
The work of Dorothy Sayers is very much all of a piece; she was a thinking and believing Anglican throughout her literary career.
CHRISTIAN CLASSICS REVISITED
James J. Thompson Jr.
From first to last, The Whimsical Christian provides the unadulterated pleasure of watching the workings of a powerful Christian mind.
- Karl Keating