In which we finish our discussion of Article XXXIV, discussing Prayer Book Revision, Rites and Ceremonies, and the Authority of the Church. Week 1: Articles 1-3 Week 2: Articles 4-6 Week 3: Articles 7-8 Week 4: Articles 9-15 Week 5: Articles 15-16 Week 6: Article 17 Week 7: Articles 18-20 Week 8: Articles 21-22 Week…

In which we discuss Articles XXI and XXII of the 39 Articles of Religion, including the authority of “general councils,” and various points in which the Reformers and the Roman Catholic Church disagreed. Week 1: Articles 1-3 Week 2: Articles 4-6 Week 3: Articles 7-8 Week 4: Articles 9-15 Week 5: Articles 15-16 Week 6:…

Unless folks have been on an extended vacation from social media, regular readers of The North American Anglican will be aware that the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) has finally released their long-awaited Book of Common Prayer (2019) (BCP2019). Since its release it has received both well-deserved praise and well-deserved criticism. Regular readers may also recall that I contributed to some…

We begin a new series today, looking at the 39 Articles of Religion. Today’s lesson discussed the history of the Articles, and Discussed Articles 1-3, Concerning the Holy Trinity, Of the Word or Son of God, and of Christ’s Descent into Hell.

In case you missed it, here are a few pieces of interest regarding current events in the Anglican/GAFCON world: Bishop Orji’s statements on the agreement between ACNA and the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) on the status of CANA My reflections for the North American Anglican on said CANA events The GAFCON Primates’ Council press…

May 2, 2019 Easter season “Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good. Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor. “Romans 12:9-10    I have important news to share with you. An official memo was received by me this morning that announced a new…

By the Rev. Canon Isaac J. Rehberg Canon for Liturgy, CANA West Eve of Lent 1, 2018 Submitted to the Clergy of the Diocese Introduction For almost a decade, orthodox Anglicans in North America have been looking forward to a new Prayer Book that corrects the theological problems from the revisions in the late 20th…

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