Apologia Anglicana has been committed to the English expression of the catholic faith. However, as I have realised myself over time, this cannot be truly faithful unless in communion with the Orthodox Churches.
Faith: Reception vs. Reconstruction
Faith is a gift from the Holy Spirit. Therefore, any attempt to reconstruct it based on the best data is doomed to fail. Instead, one must receive the catholic faith where it is always held in purity: the Church.
On Communion & Faux-Defenders of Bad Bishops
Communion is not simply a legal agreement, and it cannot be extended by wordplay but only through authentic unity of faith.
The Problem of Protestantism
Where do Protestant churches receive their jurisdiction? In what way are we in continuity with the Catholic Church of the ages?
On Textual Criticism
While textual criticism has proven a problem and scandal to most Christians, it becomes a fruitful resource if understood theologically by the faithful.
R. I. P. Her Majesty the Queen
Let us pray for the repose of the soul of Her Majesty the Queen.
Ultramontanism is Modernism
Ultramontanism, the radical commitment to the current teaching of the Pope, is simply repackaged Modernism. Any attempt to move away from Scripture and authentic Tradition leads to an abandonment of Truth Himself.
Sola Scriptura & the Authority of the Catholic Church
Sola Scriptura does not take from but reinforces the authority of the Catholic Church. The Holy Ghost works in His Church to bring us closer to the Scriptures.
Apologia Anglicana’s Response to Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization
I will sing unto the LORD, for he hath triumphed gloriously; the horse and its rider hath he thrown into the sea. Cantemus Domino Today is a day of liberation. While it is not the fullest victory and vindication of Our Lord's reign in the world and our nation, it is an end to America's … Continue reading Apologia Anglicana’s Response to Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization
First Full Video by Apologia Anglicana: The Apocrypha
The Apocrypha was widely read by the early church but not generally accepted as inspired. Here's Apologia Anglican's first full video: on the Apocrypha.