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Contemporary Apologetics
Kreeft, Peter and Ronald K. Tacelli - Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics
  Literature & Poetry
Dostoevsky, Fyodor - The Brothers Karamazov, Crime & Punishment
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Bartholomew, Craig G. and M.W. Goheen - The Drama of Scripture
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Commentary on the Mass

The Liturgy of Holy Communion From The Book of Common Prayer – Fr. Yates Greer

Significant labor went into preparing this work which offers invaluable instruction on each segment of the Holy Eucharist. Oftentimes people ask, “What is the reason behind what you do?”.

Course of Study in the Anglican Faith by Fr. George E. Miley

By its very nature, this is an unfinished work. That is the fate of any document attempting to set forth a subject of such depth as the Catholic Faith. Indeed, this work itself is the product of four or five major revisions.

The King James version fo the Holy Bible, with Apocryphya

But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts; and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear. (I St. Peter 3:15)

“Be prepared” is the motto of the Boy Scouts. We, as Catholic Christians, also need to “Be prepared.” As St. Peter instructs, we need to be ready to answer those who ask us why we believe what we do. If we are honest with ourselves, can we provide those whom we encounter a clear understanding of our faith? So many are in despair and need the Good News of the hope we possess in Christ Jesus. The information in this section will help you learn some of the basics of the Catholic Faith in the Anglican tradition.

This is a growing collection of educational resources in the Anglican faith. It shares the works of some of the best priests, scholars and authors, both current and throughout history.

A great debt of gratitude is owed to Father Stephen Scarlett of St. Matthew’s Anglican Church in Newport Beach, California, for much of the content in the “Teaching the Faith” portion of our website. Also, Father Yates Greer, assistant priest at St. George’s, crafted a beautiful work, The Liturgy of Holy Communion, from the Book of Common Prayer with Commentary. Excerpts of this work can be seen under the “Education” heading. The complete commentary can be purchased and eventually downloaded, via purchase through PayPal.

While many priests have primers on the faith to teach their flocks, it is rare to find the above two resources so user friendly. These two works offer a concise compilation of the essentials of our faith and makes for a fabulous resource.

May the Grace of God stir up our hearts to learn and live what is in these pages, so that we might enkindle all afire with the love of Christ.

 

Daily Prayer

  • The Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity

    Daily Prayer for The Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity
    The Collect for the Day
    Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity
    KEEP, we beseech thee O Lord, thy church with thy perpetual mercy; and, because the frailty of man without thee cannot but fall, keep us ever by thy help from all things hurtful, and lead us to all things profitable to our salvation; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
    Morning Prayer

    The Psalter (First Set of Propers)

    Psalm 49 Audite haec, omnes.

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Commentary on the Mass

The Liturgy of Holy Communion From The Book of Common Prayer – Fr. Yates Greer

Significant labor went into preparing this work which offers invaluable instruction on each segment of the Holy Eucharist. Oftentimes people ask, “What is the reason behind what you do?”.

Course of Study in the Anglican Faith by Fr. George E. Miley

By its very nature, this is an unfinished work. That is the fate of any document attempting to set forth a subject of such depth as the Catholic Faith. Indeed, this work itself is the product of four or five major revisions.