Via Media: Factual or Fanciful?

As a Book of Common Prayer fan I never understood how the idea of 'via media' was accepted by Anglicans. Seems I'm not the only one. "Clearly, the conception of the Church of England as a half-way point between Rome and John Calvin’s Geneva (or Martin Luther’s Wittenberg) would have been incomprehensible to the English … Continue reading Via Media: Factual or Fanciful?

Anglican Studies

MUST LISTEN! I highly recommend the following series of Anglican Studies by Archdeacon Fr. Michael McKinnon. Fr. McKinnon covers important subjects such as: the Primacy Of Scripture Evangelical Character-Catholic Nature The Apostolic Fathers 33AD - 120AD The History, Faith And Order of the Undivided Church (from 120 AD – 1054 AD) The Holy Scriptures And … Continue reading Anglican Studies

A Litany

Litanies are prayers to our Lord consisting of a series of petitions and responses. Although they are traditionally used in church services, they can also be prayed in private devotions, and may be sung. When I'm not sure what to pray I usually pray the scriptures. Somethings I open the Book of Common Prayer or … Continue reading A Litany

Sermons from orthodox #Anglicans

Online Sermons and Podcasts from ANiC Churches Anglican Network Church of the Good Shepherd, Richmond, BC (Chinese) Anglican Network Church of the Good Shepherd, Vancouver, BC Blackburn Hamlet Community Church, Blackburn Hamlet, ON Celebration Church, Barrie, ON - weekly radio show Church of the Good Shepherd, St. Catharines, ON Church of the Messiah, Ottawa, ON … Continue reading Sermons from orthodox #Anglicans

The Life of God in the Soul of Man

Some quotes to entice you. Correct orthodox or religious opinion is not true religion:  "...I must regret that among so many pretenders to it, so few understand what it means ;  some placing it in the Understanding, in Orthodox Notions and Opinions, and all the account they can give of their Religion, is that they are … Continue reading The Life of God in the Soul of Man