When Tony Clavier writes, I am always challenged and informed. He’s one of my favorite essayists writing on the state of the Church today. I was delighted to see that he’s gotten himself set up with a blog site. (It is not only worth a look, it’s worth a permanent bookmark.)
I quote the final paragraph from his most recent essay on the possibility of finding Anglican Comprehension.
“Comprehension may be limiting, may make development slow and erratic, and may discourage prophets –although it did not do so in the past. The question is whether comprehension is possible in a day when the church is defined not by its beliefs and practices, but by majoritarian decisions by governing bodies and by the influence of lobbies, pressure groups, the media and email!”
Follow the link below to read more of Fr. Clavier’s writing…
(Via Fr. Tony Clavier.)