Vol II No. 2

As the Church Says or as the Bishops Do? The Prohibition of the Eucharist in Ontario During the COVID-19 Lockdown

Jesse D. Billett

Anglicans have often prided themselves on the theological comprehensiveness of their Church, a comprehensiveness rooted in shared practice rather than agreed doctrine. Anglican unity, it is claimed, depends on no infallible magisterium, no uniquely inspired teacher, no exhaustive sectarian system. It flows instead from the liturgy, which is both Catholic and Reformed, and which supplies the only framework in which the inexhaustible meaning of the

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