Resource: Tracts for the Times

The Tracts for the Times were a series of 90 theological publications, varying in length from a few pages to book-length, produced by members of the English Oxford Movement revival group, from 1833 to 1841. There were about a dozen authors,...

Resource: The Curate of Souls, J R H Moorman

The Curate of Souls, J R H Moorman Not much info is out there for The Curate of Souls (synopsis, table of contents, etc.), so I thought I'd post a few extra details, namely the Table of Contents, one would not be able to find without library...

Spiritual Communion as past and future experience.

[We] must affirm Christ's objective presence in the Eucharist, and must maintain that “Spiritual Communion” is not the same as the Eucharist. We can understand liturgical contemplation and “Spiritual Communion” as receiving the grace of the Holy...

How John Stott Prepares a Sermon

I. Choose your text It is best to rely on expository book studies for the steady diet of your people, because this ensures they will get "the whole counsel of God." However, the following may be occasions for special sermons: a. Special calendar...

Vestments Lost in Translation

Unlimited opportunities for arbitrary choice! Colors durable, strong, and do not argue! Fairy flowers! via Monastic Chasubles - Ackermann: Only the best monastic chasubles ensure compliance with the expected results, in terms of quality,...

Some Prayer Book and Authorized Version pronunciations

via Anglican Catholic Liturgy and Theology: Concupiscence (three uses in Paul) – pronounced ‘con-cue-pa-sense’, with a slight stress on ‘cue’. The second syllable is definitely not to be pronounced as ‘cup’ Gibbet – as in ‘the gibbet of the...

Western Rite liturgical etiquette

From https://mydevourer.blogspot.com/2012/02/letter-from-fr-patrick.html[:] Dear Beloved, Our chief work and path to salvation is the worship of God. We offer to Him our bodies as living sacrifices, an expression of love. Our love for God and our...

Annotating Texts (James K A Smith and Russell Moore)

From James K A Smith: Your notation should be a way for you to keep track of the thread of an argument. So on one level, you should be underlining and putting notes in the margin that help YOU keep a handle on the argument. Ideally, you want to do …