Christianity without a Creed risks becoming an endorsement of works righteousness, of human effort at being a decent person. With the Creed, Christianity becomes a remembering of what has been accomplished through Christ.
Abp. Fulton J. Sheen: “The only way to win audiences is to tell people about the life and death of Christ. Every other approach is a waste.”
Do Anglican "ordinariates" in the Roman Catholic Church really manifest Anglican heritage?
Mascall provides a profound reflection on the theology of the Incarnation, bursting with insights from St. Leo and St. Augustine.
What do Roman Catholics consider the "treasures" or "elements of sanctity" in the Anglican tradition?