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... The Anglican Network in Canada has a policy which allows churches to continue using the style of liturgy that they had been using at the time of ... and the 1985 Book of Alternative Services authorized by the Anglican Church of Canada ... In addition to creating a alternative church for Anglicans dissatisfied with what they consider to be theological and moral liberalism and relativism in the Anglican Church of Canada, the ...
... Anglican Mariology has a long tradition and rich history ... Anglican Marian piety is close to Roman Catholic devotion Never think about Mary, without thinking about God, and never think about God without thinking about Mary ... a Roman Catholic perspective, the closeness of the Anglican and Roman Catholic mariologies is overshadowed by the fact that Marian teachings have no binding doctrinal ...
... It is an Anglican church but it is not a member of the Anglican Communion ... However, it relates closely to the Sydney Diocese of the Anglican Church of Australia, to which it is similar in that it sees itself as a bastion of ...
... The stated mission of the Anglican Network in Canada is to "Build Biblically faithful, Gospel sharing, Anglican Churches" ... build new churches and expand existing churches that it believes will be fully Anglican, biblically faithful, evangelizing and discipling ... The Anglican Network in Canada, along with the ACNA and the majority of the Anglican Communion, uphold the historic Christian creeds, traditional moral and theological principles ...
... The Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC) is a Canadian church established in 2005 under the jurisdiction of the Anglican Province of the Southern Cone, a province of the Anglican Communion ... It was a founding diocese the Anglican Church in North America in June 2009 ...
More definitions of "Anglican":
- (adj): Of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Anglican church.
Example: "An Anglican Bishop"
Famous quotes containing the word anglican:
“The Anglican Church is marked by the grace and good sense of its forms, by the manly grace of its clergy. The gospel it preaches is, By taste are ye saved. ... It is not in ordinary a persecuting church; it is not inquisitorial, not even inquisitive, is perfectly well bred and can shut its eyes on all proper occasions. If you let it alone, it will let you alone. But its instinct is hostile to all change in politics, literature, or social arts.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“I was the rectors son, born to the anglican order,
Banned for ever from the candles of the Irish poor;
The Chichesters knelt in marble at the end of a transept
With ruffs about their necks, their portion sure.”
—Louis MacNeice (19071963)
“I am fifty-two years of age. I am a bishop in the Anglican Church, and a few people might be constrained to say that I was reasonably responsible. In the land of my birth I cannot vote, whereas a young person of eighteen can vote. And why? Because he or she possesses that wonderful biological attributea white skin.”
—Desmond Tutu (b. 1931)