Scott invests many of his characters with moral goodness and, occasionally, holiness. His heroes and heroines are inspiring. The sheer degradedness and badness of his anti-heroes leaves the strongest impression. The novels are above all about character.
American Anglo-Catholicism and Black Episcopalians: Integrating the Narrative, Part II: The Witness of Ritualism
Though the number of black Episcopalians has and continues to be low, they have remained a faithful presence within the greater American Anglican tradition.
In music, in dance, and in joyful worship Conrad Noel molded Thaxted into an image of the heavenly Jerusalem.
Has Anglo-Catholicism appealed to black Episcopalians?
The third and concluding part of “Reconciled Bodies: Recasting Race in Catholic Ecclesiology”
The second part of “Reconciled Bodies: Recasting Race in Catholic Ecclesiology”
Bishop Frank Weston, a white Englishman, advocated tirelessly for justice and respect for the black Africans among whom he lived and served.
Part two of 'Obedience the Remedy'