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A Creedal Posture

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.

Ordinariate Evangelism and Archbishop Sheen

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.”

Extraordinarily Ordinary

Do Anglican "ordinariates" in the Roman Catholic Church really manifest Anglican heritage?

For the Visitation: E.L. Mascall on the Incarnation and the Virgin

Mascall provides a profound reflection on the theology of the Incarnation, bursting with insights from St. Leo and St. Augustine.

Gathering the fruit, May 21: Roman Catholics ‘recognizing’ the Anglican patrimony

What do Roman Catholics consider the "treasures" or "elements of sanctity" in the Anglican tradition?


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