‘Obedience the Remedy’

The two key works of John Henry Newman, written while he was still Anglican, present at least an implicit theory of a Catholic virtue ethic.

Ignatius of Loyola, a saint for Anglicans?

Anglicans may be tempted to ignore the complexity of St. Ignatius’s thought and life, in favor of seeing him as a pioneer of open-ended spirituality and the solitary quest for God.

Moving closer, inch by inch

The sheer improbability of an Anglican Evensong at St. Peter’s seemed to show all those present that God really is at work in our two communions.

Why we need an Anglican “Dear Prudence”

Advice columnists began to be popular in England right at the time that rigorous religious practices of casuistry were declining. Casuistry provided a common language regarding moral issues that spanned ecclesiastical and even denominational divides.