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Tony Hunt

I am an aspirant for Holy Orders in the diocese of Minnesota. I study Greek and Latin at the University of Minnesota and am planning to study historical theology with an emphasis on patristics and contemporary theology.

Mission & the Daily Office II

In my previous post on this topic I addressed how, in our post-Christian context, the Office can serve to renew the catechumenate and foster...

Mission & the Daily Office I

One of the great achievements of the liturgical revisions of the last century for Anglicans lies in making the Eucharist the central act of...

Pathways to women’s ordination

If it be asked of me why I affirm women’s ordination I’m afraid my answer must turn first of all to my history and...

Prolegomena on women’s ordination

Inevitably, conversation around gay Episcopalians will turn, in certain circles at least, to conversation around women’s ordination.

Futures in Anglo-Catholicism

Fr Robert Hendrickson recently opined that “It’s Time for a New Oxford Movement.” He rightly points out that in many ways, the ’79 BCP represents a decisive move to institutionalize an anglo-catholic liturgical vision.

Punched Back

Review by Tony Hunt The first half of For the Parish is a sustained polemic against Fresh Expressions, a popularizing church movement in the U.K.