Canterbury Cathedral: The mother church
of the Anglican Communion
In recent years growing interest in the provenance and history of what is now known as Anglicanism and its concomitant structure the Anglican Communion has extended into a considerable area of study. Students and academics have produced papers, which are scattered around academic institutions, as interest in the somewhat elusive nature of Anglicanism grows. Recent controversies have only heightened enthusiasm for further investigation and research, something that is likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
This website has been created as an easily accessible depository of papers and research revolving around the theme of Anglicanism. It is intended as a simple resource for those who wish to access information for study and general interest. Ideas for its development and comments are welcome.
Co-ordinator: The Rev’d Dr. Nicholas Henderson email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Items for publication are welcome and should be sent as e-mail attachments in Word format. They will be subject to review before being accepted.
Papers on this site are available royalty free following request approval. Acknowledgment of author and source will be required: ANGLICANISM.ORG