We are “Catholic”

We believe that what we teach in our small Anglican corner of the Catholic Church only has meaning if it is consonant with what the Church as a whole has always taught. Therefore we understand the Thirty-Nine Articles of Faith in light of the universal witness of the early Church to the meaning of Holy Scripture. We subscribe to the Thirty-Nine Articles of Faith in so far as they reflect that very ancient teaching. We celebrate the place of the Articles within our tradition as a distillation of the teaching of the historic Catholic Church. The Articles, we believe, ought to be able to set the terms of theological debate and so we read them by seeking their meaning in the context of contemporary society and plain reason.

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Presiding Bishop
Presiding Bishop Emeritus
Founding Bishop
Paul McRight
Canon to the Ordinary


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