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Thomas Cranmer

Crumbs From Under the Table

The Prayer of Humble Access is a precious treasure of the Anglican liturgical tradition. Here it is in the form it has taken for...

Bishops in Council: Cranmer on Episcopal Decision-Making

At its General Synod this year the Anglican Church of Canada will consider a Constitutional change that would diminish the role of its House of...

Remembering the Future

By John Bauerschmidt One of the great themes of Advent is the Lord’s coming in glory at the end of time: the “Second Coming.” In...

A High Regard for Scripture

By Bryan Owen  One of the things that struck me when I first started worshiping in the Episcopal Church was the prominent place of Scripture...

A Scriptural Liturgy

By John Bauerschmidt In his book, The Love of Learning and the Desire for God, Jean Leclercq offers this reflection on liturgical worship: All the delicacy...

Creating New Settings for All 92 Prayer Book Collects

Owens admitted that commissioning 92 individual works will be a daunting task, and he expects the project will take 10-15 years.

ACNA Marks 10th Anniversary With New Prayer Book

In July 2018, while General Convention was in Austin debating a 12-year, $8 million proposal to revise the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, a different prayer book project was moving toward fruition.

Very Members Incorporate

Cranmer’s traditionalism comes through in his emphasis on the mutual indwelling of the believer and Christ, and the incorporation of believers into Christ.

Living with Cranmer’s Lectionary

Cranmer’s Kalendar demonstrates the basic principle that Anglicans are meant to engage Scripture, as far as possible, in its entirety.

Formed by God through Scripture in the Daily Office

Out of the dust of the ground and by his own “inbreathing,” God also forms us, who say the Daily Office.


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