/October 2012 Articles

An Anglican ad limina

Bishop Peter Ramsden on accompanying the Catholic bishops of Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands to Rome In 2005 Bishop Denys Ririka, the Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Aipo Rongo, Papua New Guinea, was the first Anglican bishop [...]

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Filled with the Holy Spirit

Mark McIntyre reports on Anglo-Catholic Charismatic celebration at Walsingham, August 2012 Towards the end of August this year, a group of about forty Anglo Catholic Christians from al over the country met at Walsingham, identifying themselves as Charismatic. The pilgrimage [...]

2017-10-09T18:12:42+00:00 October 2012 Articles|

Heaven

‘Mattins at eleven; a foretaste of heaven’ (Betjeman) Once the watchword was ‘It’s the Mass that matters.’ Today should it be revised to ‘It’s Mattins that matters’? Why? Surveys of church attendance show cathedral congregations growing. Significantly Mattins is more [...]

2017-10-09T18:12:13+00:00 October 2012 Articles|

Anglican Patrimony

Christopher Trundle on the community established at Little Gidding ‘You are not here to verify, Instruct yourself, or inform curiosity Or carry report. You are here to kneel Where prayer has been valid.’ (T.S. Eliot, from Little Gidding) In 1625 [...]

2017-10-09T18:11:46+00:00 October 2012 Articles|

LEAD STORY

Forward in hope As Christians we share a living hope which enables us to hold firm with confidence as we wait for God’s will to prevail, writes Bishop Martyn Jarrett ‘By his great mercy he has given us a new [...]

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