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Letter on Christian union, addressed to the bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church

Francis Patrick Kenrick

Letter on Christian union, addressed to the bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church

by Francis Patrick Kenrick

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Published by Eugene Cummiskey in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Relations. -- Episcopal Church.,
  • Episcopal Church -- Relations. -- Catholic Church.,
  • Christian union.,
  • Oxford movement.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1982. 1 sheet ; 11 x 15 cm. (Pamphlets in American history : Catholicism and anti-Catholicism ; CA 71)

    Statementby Francis Patrick Kenrick.
    SeriesPamphlets in American history -- CA 71.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18059512M

    Full text of "Journal of the proceedings of the bishops, clergy and laity of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of other formats.   The definitive statement of the basis for church union in the Episcopal Church, indeed in Anglicanism as a whole, is the so-called Chicago Quadrilateral of (better known since its adoption by the world-wide Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops in as the Lambeth Quadrilateral.

    Consultationon Church Union 4. Pentecostal and ConservativeEvangelical Churches in harmony with the faith ahd canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church, thus involving (a) statements on Faith and Order, (b) theo­ Committee on the Wider Episcopal Fellowship Bishop Higgins, Chairman; Bishop Bayne, Bishop Scaife, Rev. Dr. Butler.   whosoever sins ye remit, etc. (John 23). Thus they leave every bishop to choose intention or non-intention in the act of ordination as to the power and Grace of their priesthood (“Ordination of Priests,” Book of Common Prayer). But, besides all of this, the Anglican Communion ignores the Orthodox Church’s dogmas and teachings, such as the invocation of saints, prayers for .

    Hobart, John Henry, A statement, addressed to the Episcopalians in the state of New-York, relative to some recent events in the Protestant Episcopal Church in the said state. (New York: Printed by T. and J. Swords, no. Pearl-Street, ) (page images at HathiTrust). "The anti-Protestant movement in the Roman Church" says a Protestant writer, "which is generally called the Counter-Reformation, is really at least as remarkable as the Reformation itself. Probably it would be no exaggeration to call it the most remarkable single episode that has ever occurred in the history of the Christian Church.


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