Anglicanism

 

The Lambeth Walk 

 

 

Canterbury Cathedral

Church of England • Anglican Church of Canada

Episcopal Church United States of America

 

Canon Jim Irvine

Canon Jim Irvine

Canon of Christ Church Cathedral

Diocese of Fredericton

 

 

George Carey

103rd Archbishop of Canterbury

and Primate of All England

George Carey

Sermons

Christmas Eve Sermon - 2000

Christmas Day Sermon - 2000

Christmas Day Sermon - 2001

Easter

Pentecost Sermon

Home Is Where One Starts From

The Bell of Hope we Ring Today

Religion is not the problem

Greetings

Holy Child of Bethlehem - 2000

Little Town of Bethlehem - 2001

Statements

Holocaust Day Statement - 2002

Donald Coggan Inaugural Lecture

From Holocaust to Hope

 

 

Rowan Williams

104th Archbishop of Canterbury

and Primate of All England

Rowan WilliamsSermons

Enthronement Sermon

Beijing Sermon 2006

Christmas Sermon 2009

Greetings

Christmas Day Meditation 2002

The Rose that bare Jesu 2002

Christmas Message 2004

Christmas Message 2005

Easter 2006

Statements

9-11

Letter to Archbishop Eames on the receipt of the Windsor Report

Primates' Letter Pentecost 2003

Holocaust Day Statement 2006

Prayers for the 'ordinary people of God'
World AIDS Day 2006

Holocaust Day Statement 2007

The Bible Today: Reading and Hearing - Larkin Lecture

World Aids Day 2007

General Synod - Presidential Address 2008

Vatican Statement

Positive about Canterbury

Summer Study ’03 on Rowan Williams’

Resurrection

Lenten Study ’04 on Rowan Williams’

Christ on Trial

Fall Study ’05 on Mike Higton’s

Difficult Gospel: the theology of Rowan Williams

Epiphany Study ’07 on Rowan Williams’

The Challenge and Hope of Being an Anglican Today

Epiphany Study ’08 on Rowan Williams’

Where GOD Happens

Epiphany Study ’09 on Rowan Williams’

Anglican Identities

Frank Griswold • Rowan Williams • Katharine Jefferts Schori

 Frank Griswold • Rowan Williams • Katharine Jefferts Schori

At Lambeth Palace • October 2006

 

 

Spirituality and Vocation

Sermons for the Festivals of Light

John Donne: A Lenten Meditation Theme

Canterbury Tales: The Parson

Episcopal Sermons - You Will Bear Witness

Anglican Consultative Council

Episcopal Sermons

 

Humour

Ecumenical Humour

Humour

Smoking Bishop

Genuflexion

Purgation

Bishop Beaver College

I am an Anglican (C of E)

We Are the Very Model...

My first funeral

Sermons and Pulpits

Curate's Christmas in Wales

I'm a Roman Catholic... and I'm an Anglican

Male Unbifurcated Garments

 

Ecumenical Agreed Statements

Anglican-Roman Catholic Agreed Statements

BEM Document • Baptism • Eucharist • Ministry

Historical Documents

Thirty-Nine Articles

Lambeth Quadrilateral 1888

Solemn Declaration 1893

The First Book of Homilies

The Creeds

Making of the English Bible • F.J. Moore

Beyond 2001: Consultation on the Future of Worship

Liturgy Resources

 

 

 

+Roderick Codpiecium, Bishop of Wenchoster

The Pharisaios Journal

 

 

 

Episcopal Church USA

Episcopal Church

 

 

 

 

The Rector to Stay

In good old Michael Ramsay’s day,
The Church seemed high and mighty.
An Anglo-catholic priest I was,
And daily sang Venite.
Each morning I said daily mass,
A proper celebration,
And heard confessions young and old
From all my congregation.
And this is true, I do insist
Until my Dying Day, Sir.
Archbishops, they may come and go,
But I am the Rector to stay, Sir!


When Donald Coggan came along,
I put away my missals.
I learned to read in Hebrew text,
And preached from Paul’s epistles.
An evangelical I became,
In cassock, scarf and surplice,
Removing candles from the church,
And shouting in the service.
And this is true, I do insist
Until my Dying Day, Sir.
Archbishops, they may come and go,
But I am the Rector to stay, Sir!


The day of Robert Runcie dawned,
So back to genuflexion.
The ASB sat on my desk,
But I had lost direction.
To while away my parish days,
I bred some pigs, how stupid!
I formed a social action group,
And re-read works by Cupitt.
And this is true, I do insist
Until my Dying Day, Sir.
Archbishops, they may come and go,
But I am the Rector to stay, Sir!


George Carey came upon the scene,
And I felt quite enlightened.
The modernizing mood I had,
Would keep the choir frightened.
The Decade would expand the Church,
And keep the numbers growing,
But half-way through it seemed to me,
That most of them were going.
And this is true, I do insist
Until my Dying Day, Sir.
Archbishops, they may come and go,
But I am the Rector to stay, Sir!


Now Rowan sits upon the throne,
Confusion surely reigneth.
He uses length discourses
Which simple means obscureth
Yet Common Worship is our tome;
We cut and paste so gaily,
So high and low with one accord,
Can praise th’Almighty daily.
And this is true, I do insist

Until my Dying Day, Sir.
Archbishops, they may come and go,
But I am the Rector to stay, Sir!


 

 

 

Thanks to The Pharisaios Journal and

with sincere apologies to Sydney Grundy, author of the Vicar of Bray
 

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