The links below are intended to introduce the reader to a range of opinions on subjects of interest to those in the Continuing Anglican movement. Some are written by ACC clergy; others are from related jurisdictions. Their presence here is not intended as an endorsement; rather they are provided as a helpful reference for those who are interested in the way Continuing Anglicanism intersects with the broader Christian culture.
The Continuum is a place where those who live in the Anglican Continuum, or those who are thinking of moving there, might share in a robust, if polite, discussion of matters theological and ecclesiaological. We join with St. Vincent in proclaiming the catholic faith--quot ubique, quod semper, quod ab omnibus creditum est.
Ascetic: One who engages in a pattern of spiritual exercise to pursue holiness and grow closer to God. It is not possible to make progress in the spiritual life without some habitual spiritual exercise, just as it is not possible to make progress in an athletic or musical skill without practice. This blog, by the Right Reverend Stephen Scarlett, Bishop of the Diocese of the Holy Trinity, is offered as a guide and encouragement to those who are interested in "spiritual exercise."
. Dr. Munn describes himself as a schoolmaster, mathematician, and one in search for the Truth and a helper of those who are also in search for the Truth. He is a member of the Order of St. Benedict.O cuniculi! Ubi lexicon Latinum posui? Hmmm...it's round here somewhere. "O Rabbits, Where is my Latin Lexicon" is a place where the Reverend Dr. Jonathan Munn draws his own interpretations, publish his own sermons, and ruminates on the state of the Church
Managed by Bishop Chandler Jones of the Anglican Province in America, this site is dedicated to the traditional Anglican expression of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. It professes the orthodox Christian Faith enshrined in the three great Creeds and the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the ancient undivided Church. It celebrates the Seven Sacraments of the historic Church, and it cherishes and continues the Catholic Revival inaugurated by the Tractarian or Oxford Movement--Universality, Antiquity and Consent.