Monthly Archives: February 2020

Words

Let me not hasten words, as wind the leaves Of fretful autumn’s dissipating dither, Which all the rains of spring, and breath he breathes, Fail utterly to wake or make un-wither. May buds that burgeon out from tender reaching, Rooted deep in thoughts that take their time Ripen most from patience’ trammels teaching Tendrils surely,…

Parish Profile: All Saints, San Antonio

Here at The North American Anglican we’re dedicated to the classic Books of Common Prayer. We believe them to be an integral element of our Anglican identity, and we hope, in many ways, to encourage their use. However, we know that ministering as a traditional Anglican parish can be quite difficult in the 21st century,…

The Rose Window

by Rainer Maria Rilke In there, the languid pacing of their paws creates a stillness that can almost daze; then one of the great cats abruptly draws your gaze (which periodically strays) forcefully into its great eye, and there your gaze, held fast as if within the whirl of a maelstrom, stays afloat a little…

Call for Book Review Submissions

Here at the North American Anglican, we would like to feature at least one book review a month. If you would like us to consider your book review, please send it as a Microsoft Word document along with a brief biography and photograph of yourself to editor@northamanglican.com with the phrase “Book Review Submission” in the…

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