Episode 9 has dropped with the whole gang present and accounted for. This is part 8 in our series.
It is good to see Archbishop Robinson, of the UECNA, blogging again in this latest installment from The North American Anglican. It is a great reflection on Anglican theology in a time in which many seem to pick and choose what their “Anglicanism” in a manner that reflects choosing your flavor of ice cream.
In the end, picking one’s own flavor has one end result: your faith turns out to be a mirror and you are worshiping yourself.
Fight for the formularies. Fight for the faith once delivered. Stay between the bookends.
The North American Anglican’s podcast, Miserable Offenders, just dropped a new episode: https://anchor.fm/miserable-offenders/episodes/What-is-Anglicanism-Anyways-e3dr3u
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This is a repost from previous years, for I find this excerpt from Augustine of Hippo from Faith and Life: Readings Compiled from Ancient Writers to be powerful:
In the night of this world a lion is prowling abroad, seeking whom he may devour; it is our adversary the Devil. Amid the night of this world, so full of perils and temptations, who would not fear? who would not tremble to the depths of his being, lest he should be adjudged to deserve being hurled into the devouring jaws of so cruel an enemy? Therefore we must fast and pray. And when should we rather do so, when more earnestly, than at the approach of the solemnity of our Lord’s Passion, by which annual celebration the thought of that same night is, so to speak, again engraven upon our memory, lest it should be effaced by forgetfulness, lest that roaring…
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The Homely Hours has done a great service to the church by creating a booklet based on the Family Prayer section of the 1928 BCP/2003 REC BCP. The fast is soon upon us as Lent draws near. Take up your cross by almsgiving, fasting, and devotion to regular prayer.
“Given the many layers of meaning in Lent, we won’t grasp all of them in a single year. But imagine if we were to observe Lent every year for the rest of our life — imagine how much we would grow and mature.”
This quote is from my priest, Fr. Wayne McNamara. What a thought to keep us from being overwhelmed by options. Lord willing, we have many Lents ahead of us. What does He want us to focus on this year in 2019? The Lenten “triad” of Fasting, Prayer, and Acts of Compassion concentrates our efforts into what really matters as we prepare for Easter. And we can pray for guidance:
“O God, by whom the meek are guided in judgement, and light riseth up in darkness for the godly; Grant us, in all our doubts and uncertainties, the grace to ask what thou wouldest have us to do…
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