Showing posts from November, 2021

A St Andrew's Day call: A High Church appreciation of Scottish Episcopalianism

'The kingdom of God is near': a homily for Advent Sunday

The architecture of a Laudian Advent

Thanksgiving ... for "primitive faith, order, and worship"

Wisdom from Jeremy Taylor: "hearty and constant prayer" for the departed

Looking in a northerly direction: the Protestantism of 1662

C.S. Lewis: A 'Rowan Williams Anglican'?

"We are now come to the close of another ecclesiastical year"

"For the use of all Christians": a short catechesis on the Lord's Prayer

"Scriptural, primitive and truly Catholic": Affirming Laudianism

Wisdom from Jeremy Taylor: "things simply necessary"

The strange tale of John Adams, American Episcopalians, and Danish Lutherans

"A kind of matins": the Church and Remembrance Sunday

"Neither animated against his enemy by hatred or revenge": a sermon from the War of 1812

"War is amongst the most dreadful evils that can afflict a nation": a British sermon from the Revolutionary War

"To make and eat the honey of peace": a wartime sermon from Jonathan Boucher

"There are very many cases of war concerning which God hath declared nothing": a wartime sermon from Jeremy Taylor

Raging against a Church catholic and reformed: why we give thanks for the failure of the Gunpowder Plot

"The inhabitants of glory are always praying for us": A Laudian Hallowtide sermon

There should be a Hookerian Movement