Surfacing

Life has sucked the past few weeks and I’ve mostly been off-line. Please keep M in your prayers

The class is going well, at least. I’m running it fairly fast and loose and encouraging lots of participation from the students to drive our conversations. I think there were some fears from some quarters (myself included) that it’d be too…medieval/Ritual Notes or something. I think we’re doing a good job of both displaying the wealth of the tradition and keeping it applicable to people’s local congregational settings.

Haven’t read the bio of ++Akinola described by Thinking Anglicans and don’t intend to. What strikes me odd–yet again–about what TA reported are the comments attributed to +Ackerman. What about this situation do Anglo-Catholics not get?? From what I understand, ++Akinola is about as protestant as it gets…why laud him as a savior figure?

4 Replies to “Surfacing”

  1. “Please keep M in your prayers.”

    Always do, and her parish, too.

    As for Peter Abuiensis, I would like to take him on an undercover visit to Fort Worth… Frankly, I’d just like to meet him and taste his wife’s cooking, which I hear is very good.

  2. Regarding prayers for you and M, you’ve got them.

    I agree that the new ecclesiastical arrangements under overseas Anglican bishops are Protestant – modern Central or, foreign to American Episcopalianism, modern Anglican Evangelical – and thus won’t work for Catholics.

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