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Resources for Membership Training, Confirmation Classes
and general Study for all ages

The Continuing Anglican Churches were formed in the late 1970s, and, thus, have not yet fully developed their curriculum resources. Such resources are needed by parishes to be able to properly prepare youth for Confirmation, to prepare adults for Confirmation or Reception, and for use in giving a refresher course in the basics of Anglican Christianity to those who are already members of our Continuing Anglican Churches.

The training of our Continuing Anglican laity, which allows them to truly understand the doctrine and theology of classical Anglicanism, is a most important opportunity and duty that our parishes must not neglect. These prepared booklets and lesson plans for leaders will we hope help fulfill this crucial mission.

The following lesson plans for Confirmation Classes, and booklets on the basics of Christianity, are available for use by Continuing Anglicans of all jurisdictions.

They have been edited for content, and orthodoxy of doctrine, by The Rev. Canon John Hollister, priest in the Anglican Catholic Church.

The authors are:

The Rev. Canon John Hollister - Assisting priest at Christ Church Pro-Cathedral (A.C.C.) in Metarie, Louisiana.

Brother Brian McKee, O.S.L. - Prior of the Southeastern Ohio Chapter of the Order of St. Luke, and a Lay Reader and Organist/Cantor of a mission of the Anglican Catholic Church in the Diocese of the Midwest. McKee formerly served as a Lay Speaker in the United Methodist Church before converting to the A.C.C.

The Venerable Donald B Rice is the Rector and Dean of Christ Church Pro-Cathedral (A.C.C.) in Metarie, Louisiana. He is also the Archdeacon of the Diocese of New Orleans in The Anglican Catholic Church.

Scripture Index for Morning and Evening Prayer for Sundays

This is an index to the portions of scripture that are appointed as Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer
Lessons according to the (American) 1943 and the 1922/28 Lectionary for Sundays, Holy Days, and Special Occasions.

By The Rev. Canon John Hollister

The Apostles' Creed - part 1.

The Apostles' Creed - part 2.

The Apostles' Creed - part 3.

The Apostles' Creed - part 4.

The Apostles' Creed - part 5.

The Apostles' Creed - part 6.

The Apostles' Creed - part 7.

The Apostles' Creed - part 8.

The Apostles' Creed - part 9.

Written or Edited by Archdeacon Donald B. Rice, Canon John Hollister and Rev Warren Shaw

(It is recommended that each one be printed on a different color paper)

Why Go To Church on Sunday

What is a Tithe

Why Choose The Anglican Catholic Church.

What are the Stations of the Cross.

Why Doesn't The Church Ordain Women

(The Church of India, 1960)

III - Propers for Commemoration of Notable Christians

IV - Propers for Various Special Intentions

The Common of Saints - CIPBC 1960

The Order of the Administration of the
Lord's Supper

(The Canadian BCP of 1962)

The Collect for Trinity Sunday,
Octave of Whitsunday and Memorial Day


Anglican Catholic Faith and Practice
Written by the Right Reverend Mark Haverland, Anglican Catholic Faith and Practice provides a succinct, yet thorough, introduction to orthodox Anglican belief

What We Believe
This short statement of the beliefs of The Anglican Catholic Church was written by the Most Reverend M. Dean Stephens, late-Archbishop and Metropolitan, in February 1998

The Affirmation of St. Louis
In 1977 an international congress of over 1,600 Anglican bishops, clergy, and lay people met in St. Louis, Missouri. They came together to determine the actions necessary to establish an orthodox jurisdiction in which traditional Anglicanism would be maintained

1928 Book of Common Prayer
Online source for The 1928 Book of Common Prayer
Resource site for materials related to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer

The Prayer Book Society of the USA
Promoting the use and understanding of the traditional Books of Common Prayer

Bible Gateway
A searchable online Bible in over 35 languages and 50 versions

The Anglican Catholic Church
The Anglican Catholic Church is part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, faithfully continuing the Anglican tradition

Anglican Parishes Association
Books & Tracts
     Why say the Rosary

Churchman's Ordo Kalendar
Liturgical calendar with readings for Morning and Evening Prayer

Christian Classics Ethereal Library
Works by the Fathers of the Church and many others

Project Canterbury
Large collection of historic Anglican documents and writings

The Anglican Library
The aim of the Anglican Library is to publish new HTML editions of Christian literature from the Anglican tradition and other works that have traditionally been of interest to Anglicans.

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Click here for sermons based on the original 1928 Lectionary
Click here for sermons based on the 1962 Lectionary
Click here for the Sermon Archive of the Diocese of the Mid Atlantic States, ACC
Archive of Sermons by the Rev. Canon Wallace C. Shields
and the Most Rev. John T. Cahoon, Jr.
Compiled by Joe Sallenger, Church of Our Saviour A.C.C., Florence SC

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