The Great Litany

Just try it, trust me...this is the Great Litany according to the Book of Common Prayer 2019. It's Protestant! Yes, it really is, and perfect for Lenten devotions. The portions in bold italics are responses but I normally pray the entire section including the Supplication on my own. Just a suggestion when praying this Litany, … Continue reading The Great Litany

Call to Prayer and Fast, Sunday 22nd March

Not a bad idea, I'm hoping others will join in and pray and fast this Sunday. Yours in the Lord, jm Source: GAFCON Archbishop Ben Kwashi & Archbishop Foley Beach GAFCON Chairman Archbishop Foley Beach and General Secretary Archbishop Ben Kwashi issue a call to prayer and fasting for this Sunday, 22 March, interceding against … Continue reading Call to Prayer and Fast, Sunday 22nd March

The Presence of Christ’s Body in the Lord’s Supper

John Calvin summaries, "our souls are fed by the flesh and blood of Christ in the same way that bread and wine keep and sustain physical life. For the analogy of the sign applies only if souls find their nourishment in Christ—which cannot happen unless Christ truly grows into one with us, and refreshes us … Continue reading The Presence of Christ’s Body in the Lord’s Supper

Insights into Anglicanism

Michael P. Jensen is the author of Sydney Anglicanism: An Apology and (with Tom Frame) Defining Convictions and Decisive Commitments–The Thirty-Nine Articles in Contemporary Anglicanism. He is the rector of St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point, in Sydney, Australia. 1. Since the arrival of Christianity in Britain in the 3rd century, British Christianity has had a distinct flavor and independence of spirit, … Continue reading Insights into Anglicanism