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Highly political synods shattered Anglicanism’s fragile unity. Catholics should take note

As an Anglican, I used to think theological liberalism was on the wane. Not any more

The response to Lord Carey’s resignation shows the debate on abuse has become more mature and calm

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Embracing Christians from ethnic minority backgrounds provides an opportunity for learning

Though there are battles here too, it is very possible to get on with mission and ministry without fighting gender wars

Once you could agree or disagree with female ordination as an Anglican

Those proposing change have not shown how it can be reconciled with Scripture, Tradition and the Magisterium

The Church has always taught that moral absolutes are necessary to the formation of conscience

The author says theological differences make ecumenical dialogue hard – but not hopeless

Archbishop Justin Welby has said Government officials dismiss Christians as ‘a bit bonkers’