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An introduction to world Anglicanism

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6300
Author
Kaye, Bruce (Bruce Norman), 1939-
Publication Date
2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 K39 2008
Author
Kaye, Bruce (Bruce Norman), 1939-
Edition
1st ed.
Place
Cambridge
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Publication Date
2008
Physical_Description
ix, 276 p. ; 22.5 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Bruce Kaye".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 260-271) and index.
"What is the nature of world Anglicanism in a postcolonial, global age ? With talk of fragmentation constantly in the media, what does it mean to be 'Anglican' ? This book presents Anglicanism as a conversation over time amongst a community of people held together by sets of practice and beliefs. The first part describes the emergence of Anglicanism and its foundations in older Christian traditions. The second [part] looks at Anglican practices within the framework of changing understandings of mission, and focuses on liturgy, patterns of engagement with others, organisation and power in the church, and ministerial offices. There are two separate chapters on the ordination of women and homosexuality in the public life of the church. The third part, on beliefs, addresses the central question of knowledge and authority in Anglicanism, as well as ecclesiology, the nature of the church itself. A final chapter looks to the future". -- back cover,
Contents divided into three main parts: Part I: Foundations -- Part II: The Practices of Mission -- Part III: Beliefs.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- List of abbreviations and sources -- The nature of the story as tradition -- Forming an Anglican nation in England -- Forming Anglican churches around the world -- Changing outlooks -- Liturgical formation -- Patterns of engagement: political -- Patterns of engagement: relating to other traditions -- Influence, organisation and power in the church -- Ministerial offices: ordination -- Ministerial offices: ordination of women -- Ministerial offices: homosexuality and the public life of the church -- Knowledge and authority in the conversation -- Ecclesiology -- Other themes in the contemporary agenda -- Quo vadis ? -- Bibliography -- Index.
Contents include "Time line of 'official' organisations of the Anglican Communion" p.134-135.
Author is a priest in the Anglican Church of Australia and former provincial General Secretary (1994-2004).
Series
Introduction to religion
Subjects
Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - History
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Liturgy
Church and state - Anglican Communion
Church and the world - Anglican Communion
Christianity and politics - Anglican Communion - 20th century
Ecumenical movement - Anglican Communion
Bilateral dialogues
Anglican Communion - Government
Anglican Communion - Structure
Power - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Ministry - Anglican Communion
Ordination - Anglican Communion
Ordination of women - Anglican Communion
Ordination of women - Anglican Communion - History
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Same sex unions - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Theology - Anglican Communion - 20th century
Inter-Anglican Theological and Doctrinal Commission
Church - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Forecasting
ISBN
978-0-521-61866-3 (pbk.)
Call Number
BX 5005 K39 2008
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anointing the Sick

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article19810
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
1995 Michaelmas
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
1995 Michaelmas
Issue
79
Page
12-14
Notes
"The anointing of the sick is the ultimate healing sacrament, available whenever our health is seriously impaired by sickness or old age. God is always with us in our illness, loving us into health of mind, body and soul. Through our faith we know that we will have life forever." "The liturgy of the Church is full of bodily gestures which are rich in meaning but which may easily escape our notice. The laying on of hands in the sacrament of the sick is such a gesture."
Subjects
Church work with the sick - Anglican Communion
Spiritual healing - Anglican Communion
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
Unction - Anglican Communion
Imposition of hands - Anglican Communion
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Celebrating the Anglican Way

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog2570
Publication Date
c1996
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 B8 C4 1996
Place
London
Publisher
Hodder and Stoughton
Publication Date
c1996
Physical_Description
256 p. : ill. ; 23.4 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Edited by Ian Bunting".
Includes bibliography ( p. 247) and index.
Contents divided into five main parts.
Contents: Authors -- Introduction / Ian Bunting --Celebrating the Anglican Way / George Carey -- Part 1: Believing the Anglican Way -- 1. The Anglican Character / Stephen Sykes -- 2. Church and society / John Habgood -- 3. Anglican belief / Bruce Kaye -- 4. A worldwide communion / Michael Nazir-Ali -- Part 2: Belonging in the Anglican Church -- 5. Anglican origins and ethos / Elizabeth Culling -- 6. The Anglican way of worship / Michael Vasey -- 7. Word and sacrament / Philip Seddon -- 8. Churchmanship / Jonathan Baker -- Part 3: Following the Anglican Way -- 9. Praying our way through life / Graham Piggott -- 10. Sharing our faith in the world / Amiel Osmaston and Alison White -- 11. Care and change in our society / Lawrence Osbern -- Part 4: Appreciating Anglican structures -- 12. Orders and officers of the church / David Sceats -- 13. Church government / Michael Botting -- 14. Church buildings / Richard and Sarah Burton -- Part 5: The Way Ahead -- 15. The Anglican future / Ian Bunting -- 16. Praying with the church -- Further reading -- Acknowledgements -- Index.
Colophon: Designed and typeset by Kenneth Burnley at Typograph, Irby, Wirral, Cheshire. Printed and bound in Great Britain by Mackays of Chatham PLC, Chatham, Kent.
OTCH Note: The essay "Orders and officers of the church" is particularly useful for brief histories and descriptions of individuals and bodies such as: all orders of clergy (bishop, priest, deacon), parish, deanery, diocese, etc.
Added Entry
Baker, Jonathan (Jonathan William), 1961-
Botting, Michael (Michael Hugh), 1925-2018
Bunting, Ian (Ian David), 1933-
Burton, Richard (Richard Peter), 1956-
Burton, Sarah
Hoare, ELizabeth (Elizabeth Ann Culling), 1958-
Habgood, John Staplyton, 1927-2019
Kaye, Bruce (Bruce Norman), 1939-
Nazir-Ali, Michael (Michael James), 1949-
Osborn, Lawrence
Osmaston, Amiel (Amiel Mary Ellinor), 1951-
Pigott, Graham (Graham John), 1944-
Sceats, David (David Douglas), 1946-
Seddon, Philip (Philip James), 1945-
Sykes, Stephen W. (Stephen Whitefield), 1939-2014
Vasey, Michael (Michael Richard), 1946-1998
White, Alison (Alison Mary), 1956-
Subjects
Anglicanism
Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - 20th century
Church of England - 20th century
Church of England - History
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Church and the world - Anglican Communion
Social justice - Anglican Communion
Worship - Anglican Communion
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Parties and movements
Prayer - Anglican Communion
Evangelism - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Government
Anglican Communion - Structure
Anglican Communion - Clergy - Office
Episcopacy - Anglican Communion
Ordination of women - Anglican Communion
Church and state - Church of England
Church of England - Government
Churches - Church of England
Church buildings - Church of England
ISBN
0-340-64268-8
Call Number
BX 5005 B8 C4 1996
Copies
2 copies
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Changing world of liturgy

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article27597
Author
Baldovin, John F. (John Francis), 1947-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Theological Review
Date
2000 Winter
Author
Baldovin, John F. (John Francis), 1947-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Theological Review
Date
2000 Winter
Volume
82
Issue
1
Page
65-81
Notes
"Not only will the future of Anglican liturgy be less and less circumscribed by the covers of a book ... but the future will also be connected with two other factors which I shall name: religious sensibility and the nonverbal dimension of worship" (p. 66). "To put it simply (and I hope not too simply) religious folk can be divided into two basically opposed groups which opt for either `control' or `freedom' as the basis for religious life. .... In other words, are Scripture and Tradition vehicles for limiting and controlling our access to God or are they inspirations of a pattern of relating to God which must be renewed in every age and place and which can only be offered to human beings, never imposed upon them ?" The basic attitudes one takes to liturgical change will reflect this division" (p. 67).
"[I]t seems to me that we are just beginning to recognize the crucial importance of the nonverbal in our worship -- from the nature of the music we sing to the architectural environment to the importance of gesture, posture and vesture. All of these contextualize what we say in our worship" (p. 70).
Author goes on to try an analyse what parts of liturgy are "immutable elements" which "divinely instituted" and which "subject to change". He uses three categories: "Core, Code, and Culture" (pp. 71-72).
Author concludes with five brief observations re Anglican liturgy. "First, please do not give up your rich heritage of liturgical music .... Second, please do not give up your appreciation of the daily prayer of Christians ... Third, whatever mightbe the future of a book or books of common prayer, please do not give up your attention to the beauty of the language of worship. Fourth, please do not lose heart in inspiring my particular part of Christ's Church to understand the appropriate leadership of women in worship and the ecclesial life. Finally, please do not ignore the `Baptismal Covenant' in the 1979 `Book of Common Prayer'. It is the most eloquent summary of faith and mission in the liturgical books today" (pp. 80-81).
Author is a Jesuit professor liturgy with a long history of ecumenical work with Anglicans especially in the area of liturgy and worship.
Subjects
Liturgical renewal
Liturgical renewal - Catholic Church
Christianity and culture
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
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Church of Ireland directory: including diary and lectionary

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog771
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5425 A2
Corporate Author
Church of Ireland
Place
Dublin
Publisher
Published...on the authority of the Communications Committee of the General Synod of the Church of Ireland
Physical_Description
v. : ports : annual ; 22 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
1990 edition has section "Thomas Cranmer and the Liturgy in English" on pp. 5-6.
1991 edition has section "St. Patrick's Cathedral (1191)" on pp. 6-8.
1992 edition has section "Trinity College Dublin 1992-1992" on pp. 5-8.
1993 edition has section "APCK i.e. Association for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge" on pp. 5-7.
1994 edition has section "St. Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh" on pp. 5-7.
1995 edition has section "Church Missionary Society Ireland Go and Tell" on pp. 5-7.
1998 edition has section "Irish Association of Change Ringers 1898-1998" on p. 5.
Directory includes listings of clergy, dioceses and index of parishes.
Subjects
Church of Ireland - Directories
Lectionaries
Cranmer, Thomas, 1489-1556
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
St. Patrick's Cathedral (Dublin, Ireland)
Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland)
Association for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge (APCK)
St. Patrick's Cathedral (Armagh, Northern Ireland)
Church Missionary Society Ireland
Change ringing - Ireland
Church bells - Ireland
Call Number
BX 5425 A2
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Current liturgical issues

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article30654
Author
Hodgins, John L. (John Lee)
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Liturgy Canada
Date
2002 Advent
Author
Hodgins, John L. (John Lee)
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Liturgy Canada
Date
2002 Advent
Volume
9
Issue
2
Page
1, 3
Notes
This issue is intended "to review material dealing with current liturgical issues". "From the time of the Reformation, Anglicans and Lutherans have lived continuously with changes and revisions in liturgical forms, as did Christians before them". "Lutherans and Anglicans rely upon synods and church councils, of various sorts, and upon diocesan, provincial and national bodies which can be consulted on issues of profound importance. Anglicans in Canada, as elsewhere, have diocesan doctrine and worship committees and liturgical officers. Ultimately, however, approval for any Anglican iteration of liturgy rests with the diocesan bishop. Inevitably, the extensive but only sketchily defined, authority of Anglican diocesan bishops vis a vis the Province and Communion comes up against this question: What is the `sensus fidelium' and how is the agreement of God's people to be interpreted locally while maintaining communion with the provincial, national and worldwide communion, as well as with ecumenical partners ?" The current debate about the blessing of same sex unions and the actions of the diocese of New Westminster has resulted in a letter from Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, in which he "seems to indicate that he, as the spiritual leader of the Anglican Communion, will maintain that sensus fidelium must be sought broadly throughout the Communion on matters of faith and belief as they are to be expressed in the public liturgy of the Church in any diocese".
Subjects
Liturgical renewal - Anglican Church of Canada
Liturgical renewal - Anglican Communion
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
Authority - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
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Dropout scholar retires after 26 years

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article24675
Author
Davidson, Jane
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1998 March
Author
Davidson, Jane
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1998 March
Volume
124
Issue
3
Page
13
Notes
The Rev. Paul Gibson has retired as the liturgical officer of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Subjects
Gibson, Paul (Paul Saison), 1932-2022
Anglican Church of Canada. Faith, Worship and Ministry Committee
Anglican Church of Canada. Book of Alternative Services
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
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Every Symbol tells a Story

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article22506
Author
Wotton, Sally Armour
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
In-Between Times : A Sacred Acts Newsletter
Date
1997 May / June
Author
Wotton, Sally Armour
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
In-Between Times : A Sacred Acts Newsletter
Date
1997 May / June
Volume
3
Issue
2
Page
1, 4
Notes
The author, and her husband, recently travelled to England where they attended two worship services with quite a different feel for visitors. "[I]n our imperfect communities, symbols, especially symbolic action, expressed in our liturgies provide a powerful reminder to the community of its passions, priorities and beliefs, often inspiring action. Symbols express the corporate identity of a community and are a clear statement to the visitor of `who we are'. Therefore, our awareness of our symbolic language is critical to the life of our spiritual communities."
Subjects
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
Worship - Anglican Communion
Hospitality - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
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The Jews in the Good Friday Liturgy

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article22423
Author
Dudley, Martin R. (Martin Raymond), 1953-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Theological Review
Date
1994 Winter
Author
Dudley, Martin R. (Martin Raymond), 1953-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Theological Review
Date
1994 Winter
Volume
76
Issue
1
Page
61-70
Notes
"When the Church of England Liturgical Commission brought its new Holy Week services to the February 1985 Group of Sessions of the General Synod, Hugh Montefiore, at that time Bishop of Birmingham, rose to speak. He began with a quotation: `After Auschwitz,' he said, `no form of Christian anti-semitism can be tolerated. It is that absolute that must release at once a radical, retrospective suspicion upon Christian traditions, texts, teachings and institutions.' The consequence in the immediate debate was the need to look with a particularly radical eye on Christian texts for Good Friday, for there is much evidence to support the view that they serve as an indication for Christian attitudes to the Jews".
Subjects
Christianity and antisemitism
Antisemitism - Religious aspects - Christianity
Antisemitism - Religious aspects - Church of England
Antisemitism - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Antisemitism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Good Friday
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
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A Kingdom of Priests : Liturgical Formation of the People of God : Papers read at the International Anglican Liturgical Consultation : Brixen, North Italy, 24-25 August 1987

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5163
Publication Date
c1988
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BX 5141 T3K5 1988
Corporate Author
International Anglican Liturgical Consultation (2nd : 1987 : Brixen, Italy)
Place
Bramcote, Eng.
Publisher
Grove Books
Publication Date
c1988
Physical_Description
49 p. ; 21 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[E]dited by Thomas J. Talley".
Includes bibliographical references.
"Sixteen liturgical scholars of the Anglican Communion met together in Brixen (Bressanone) in northern Italy over two days, 24-25 August 1987, at the conclusion of the 1987 Societas Liturgica to discuss the formative role of the liturgy in the life of the People of God, under the theme, `Liturgical Formation and Education'." "Not all the presentations (let alone the discussions) at the Consultation are represented here. Nontheless, the papers that could be accommodated to the scope of this publication reflect, it is hoped, the principal theme with which the Consultation wrestled." -- Intro., p. 6.
Contents: Contributors -- Introduction by the Editor / Thomas J. Talley -- The Formative Character of Liturgy / David R. Holeton -- The Catechumenate : A Case Study / Robert Brooks -- The Liturgical Ministry of the Laity / Bryan Spinks -- The Liturgical Ministry of the Laity: A Lay Comment / Daphne Fraser -- The Presidency of the Liturgy / Paul Gibson -- Indigenization of the Liturgy / Elisha Mbonigaba -- Ite Missa Est : The Mission of the People of God / Donald Gray.
Page 49 is inside back cover.
Series
Alcuin/GROW liturgical study ; 5
Grove liturgical study ; 53
Added Entry
Talley, Thomas J. (Thomas Julian), 1924-2005
Brooks, Robert J. (Robert Johnson), 1947-2020
Fraser, Daphne
Gibson, Paul (Paul Saison), 1932-2022
Gray, Donald (Donald Clifford), 1930-
Holeton, David R. (David Ralph), 1948-
Mbonigaba, Elisha G., d. 2010
Spinks, Bryan D. (Bryan Douglas), 1948-
Subjects
International Anglican Liturgical Consultation (2nd : 1987 : Brixen, Italy)
Anglican Communion - Liturgy - Congresses
Laity - Anglican Communion
Liturgics - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Liturgy - History
Catechetics - Episcopal Church
Christian initiation - Episcopal Church
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
Lord's Supper - Lay celebration - Anglican Communion
Liturgical adaptation - Anglican Communion - Africa
Public worship - Anglican Communion
ISBN
1-85174-075-9
ISSN
0951-2667
Call Number
BX 5141 T3K5 1988
Location
OTCH
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