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Fr. Tony Clavier on the Virginia splits

When I only have time to read a few Anglican blogs, Fr. Tony Clavier's is always on my "don't miss" list; his point of view is distinctive if not entirely unique, and he writes with clarity, cogency, and a deep grasp of and passion for Anglican tradition. His last two posts are particularly potent, and I encourage you to read them: "Stones Cry Out," a reflection on the secession of the leadership and an overwhelming majority of parishioners of the Falls Church in parish in Virginia, and "Christmas 2006," a reflection on the Incarnation, unity, and current events in light of Philippians 2:1-18.

December 23, 2006 | Permalink


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