/September 2012 Articles

Send the Fire

Dedicated to those who’ve suffered a fate worse than death: listening to funeral eulogies or music that was ‘just what he/she would have wanted.’ Ninety-nine was his age, Bill’s obituary said. ‘Fair innings’ said mourners, the chief of them Len. [...]

Anglican Patrimony

Christopher Trundle considers the value of Merbecke Perhaps performed more regularly than the work of any other Tudor composer, John Merbecke’s setting of the 1549 Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion service (altered for the 1662 version many years later) [...]

Angels and Anglicans

James Hawkey reports on an extraordinary event which saw the Choir of Westminster Abbey sing alongside the Choir of the Sistine Chapel This year, on the Solemnity of SS Peter and Paul, the choir and clergy of Westminster Abbey made [...]


Better Together introduction The Bishop of Ebbsfleet on the origins and goals of the Better Together campaign, and the four core principles that lie at its heart ‘May they be one that the world might believe.’ For us as Anglo-Catholics, [...]