/September 2000 Articles

JOY IN THE WEST

Michael Shier on church planting, Canadian style ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL, Vancouver, Anglican Catholic Church of Canada, at last acquires its own building. Deo gratias. In 1997, pushed, prodded and bullied by the Chancellor of the TAC - Patrick [...]

A HARDY PERENNIAL

Geoffrey Kirk discovers that the old arguments are not necessarily the best. A CHANCE MEETING at the General Synod of the Church of England with an ex-Jesuit, now functioning as an Anglican priest and academic, brought me face to face, [...]

ALL CHANGE BACK

John Hunwicke on an entertaining volte-face IS CARDINAL JOSEPH RATZINGER, the Pope's right-hand man, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and sympathetic friend of Catholic Anglicans, guilty of encouraging Eucharistic sacrilege? Is he "well-intentioned but flawed", [...]

COMMON WORSHIP

Jeremy Haselock replies to John Richardson and Michael Moreton. THE FOLLOWING observations may well sound defensive and a little piqued as I perhaps over-react to the cold and, I believe, unhelpful reception extended to Common Worship under the headline "Unsolicited [...]

COMMENT

It was the elegantly frivolous boast of Robert Runcie that he had for long walked down the middle of the road and found it less dangerous than he expected. Such a course of action cannot be recommended for his successor. [...]