News & Commentary
The links below represent a range of external (non-ACC) sources for news and commentary. 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.
Founded in 1990 by the Roman Catholic priest, Richard John Neuhaus, First Things describes itself as a journal whose mission is to foster a "religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society." The print version is published monthly by The Institute on Religion and Public Life, an interreligious, nonpartisan institute dedicated to research and education.
Touchstone is a Christian journal, conservative in doctrine and eclectic in content. The mission of the journal and its publisher, The Fellowship of St. James, is to provide a place where Christians of various backgrounds can speak with one another on the basis of shared belief in the fundamental doctrines of the faith as revealed in Holy Scripture and summarized in the ancient creeds of the Church.
Describing itself as "the voice for global orthodox Anglicanism," Virtue Online has been covering the fragmentation of the Canterbury Comminion since 1998. Its focus remains documenting that body's relations with Continuing Anglicans and Neo-Anglicans. Its founder, David Virtue, has been writing about Anglican issues for more than two decades, having attended and reported on the 1998 and 2008 Lambeth conferences, as well as GAFCON in 2008.