Note to readers: Liturgical entries on this blog are based on the traditional calendar of the Books of Common Prayer and the traditional one-year Eucharistic lectionary. If you follow a newer calendar or three-year lectionary, there are variations in names for some Sundays and in the readings.

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Introduction

I tried to start blogging on a regular basis a few months ago, but various things happened along the way. In approaching All Saints Day, I have been thinking of "the faith once delivered unto the saints" (Jude 3). Thus, I have started to re-think this site in order to focus on the basics of Anglicanism. In looking around the web, there is no lack of Anglican sites. Some are organizational bulletin boards, some contain liturgical or devotional material, many are dedicated to religious news, and some have theological, apologetic or even controversial elements. All those things serve a purpose, but here I am hoping to do something more personal. Although almost anything one writes can become controversial, I hope to emphasize positive and irenic comments on the Anglican tradition.