It was cold and damp the day the last Anglican mass was celebrated in the chapel at All Saints Convent...It was a Requiem
In honor of William Reed Huntington’s commemoration, a reflection on his contribution to Anglicanism’s generous orthodoxy in the Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral.
We must not fail to place the steps of a General Convention within the comprehensive, world-historical frame of the gospel.
We continue to be divided because we continue to choose to be divided.
The Church of England needs an improved theological understanding of the orders of ministry, such as the late Archbishop Michael Ramsey offered.
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.