said Lucy, her eyes brightening with a proud pleasure that made her neglect the argumentative interests of Anglicanism
Troubled by aspects of Anglicanism
, he resigned his parish in 1633.
emphasizes the providential, expressed in change and evolution, while Catholicism emphasizes the continuity of history.
He followed Cardinal Newman in converting to Roman Catholicism from Anglicanism
in the 1840s, and helped build what is now The Oratory in Hagley Road, Birmingham, in later years.
Episcopalian church has consecrated a second homosexual bishop, can we hope our House of Bishops will clearly distinguish Canadian Anglicanism
It is part of the worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion, a movement that numbers some 400,000 adherents who broke from mainstream Anglicanism
in 1991 because of what they saw as its liberal drift and the ordination of women as priests.
By the time I left I had grown sick of hearing colleagues whimpering--albeit accurately--about growing apostasy within Anglicanism
, but lamenting that it could do nothing about it.
explicitly focuses on the evolution and subsequent contribution to global Anglicanism
by those more commonly perceived and institutionally positioned as "underside" or "minority" Anglicans.
However, Canon Tudor Griffiths, vice-chairman of the Evangelical Fellowship in the Church in Wales, said a transformation was taking place in Anglicanism
, but downplayed talk of a split.
Kevin Ward's A History of Global Anglicanism
is an analysis of how this situation has come to be.
The Fate of Communion: The Agony of Anglicanism
and the Future of a Global Church.
Bruce Kaye (general editor), Anglicanism
in Australia, Melbourne University Press, 2002; hardback, xxxiii & 408 pp; ISBN 0 52285 003 0.