Chapel of the Holy Family, Boulder City

Anglo-Catholics have a long history of involvement in social justice. So long, in fact, that we were in the business long before that term became fused, in the public mind, to "secular progressivism." But our relationship with the poor and powerless didn't end in Victorian London. The Lost and Lonely Rev. Jack Adam (1932-2007) founded St. … Continue reading Chapel of the Holy Family, Boulder City

Update

Some time back, I said that I would return to writing by the end of Epiphany. Now, we’re into the –gesima days, and I apologize for not updating you earlier. Here’s what I see in the future of this blog and discussion group: - Once I’ve said what I need to say, I don’t say … Continue reading Update

Anglo-Catholic of the Week: The Reverend Canon Colin Stephenson

The Rev. Canon Colin Stephenson was a prominent Anglo-Papalist and the second Guardian of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham (1958-68). He attended St. Bartholomew's, Brighton as a boy and was Vicar of St. Mary Magdalene's, Oxford as a man. Though he took defiant pride in being among the spikiest of his generation of … Continue reading Anglo-Catholic of the Week: The Reverend Canon Colin Stephenson