The Apostolic Lineage of the ACNA

Regardless myriad of beliefs about the Historic Episcopacy and Apostolic Succession, we as Anglicans and catholic Christians have always held the episcopacy in high regard  It is sadly obvious that by merely being part of this lineage has not always meant a preservation of the apostolic and orthodox teaching.  Physical lineage may be important, but adherence to the doctrine and teachings of Jesus Christ handed to us by the Apostles is, and always should be, essential to the life and mission of the Church.

To Be A Cathedral

As the ACNA moves out of its infancy and a focus on parish church planting, we should consider the founding of other timeless church institutions, like cathedrals, that have the ability to fully and corporately live out the Prayer Book spiritual life that draws so many people into the Anglican Way.

Simple and Reverent: An American-Anglican Commentary on Prince Philip’s Funeral.

Over the last decade people around the world have been exposed to the beauties of Anglican liturgy and music through a series of high profile weddings and funerals: The royal weddings of William and Kate at Westminster Abbey (2011), Harry and Meghan at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle (2018), Read more…

The Best Recordings of All Advent Hymns In the Hymnal

I absolutely love classic church hymns and anthems, particularly when beautifully done. I’ve spent countless hours searching the depths of the internet to find incredible video and audio recordings of tunes sung by angelic choirs, accompanied by powerful organs and various instruments, in echoey cathedrals and great music halls, with Read more…

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