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The Glastonbury Review No. 117 By Abba Seraphim
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The Glastonbury Review is the Journal of the British Orthodox Church within the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria. (Published continuously since 1944, initially as The Orthodox Catholic... More > Review 1944-1970 and later as The Glastonbury Bulletin 1970-1998 before adopting its present title in 1999.< Less
Glastonbury Review No. 116 By Abba Seraphim
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As the mouthpiece of the British Orthodox Church, the Glastonbury Review is committed to the history and progress of indigenous Orthodoxy. It includes articles and book reviews about the Orthodox... More > faith, Church History, Orthodox Spirituality, Celtic Christianity and various sympathetic figures and precursor movements in the West. As part of the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate it contains items about the history and spirituality of Coptic Orthodoxy. It also chronicles and documents current events in the Oriental Orthodox churches, whilst endeavouring to be Pan-Orthodox and eirenic in its outlook as well as evangelistic and pastoral in outreach. Regular articles include Here, There & Everywhere, with news of the British Orthodox Church, the Mother Church and the Coptic diaspora. Its Book Reviews is an expanding section.< Less
Root and Branch. The Canonicity and Regularity of the British Orthodox Church By Abba Seraphim
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An examination of the Canonicity and Regularity of the British Orthodox Church
The Glastonbury Review No. 118 By Abba Seraphim
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The Glastonbury Review is the Journal of the British Orthodox Church within the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria. (Published continuously since 1944, initially as The Orthodox Catholic... More > Review 1944-1970 and later as The Glastonbury Bulletin 1970-1998 before adopting its present title in 1999.< Less
The Glastonbury Review No. 120 By Abba Seraphim
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The Glastonbury Review No. 120 By Abba Seraphim
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Flesh of Our Brethren By Abba Seraphim
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In the 19th century the Syrian Orthodox Church provided bishops for discontented Anglo-Catholics in Britain, Portuguese Catholics in Ceylon and Old Catholics in America. In 1933 it responded to a... More > crisis among the Byzantine Orthodox in Hungary by consecrating a bishop for these congregations too. Abba Seraphim believes that there are certain parallels which may be construed to aid a more generous evaluation of these bishops and his detailed documentation, the fruit of 40 years research, provides the basis for such a re-assessment.< Less
Flesh of Our Brethren By Abba Seraphim
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In the 19th century the Syrian Orthodox Church provided bishops for discontented Anglo-Catholics in Britain, Portuguese Catholics in Ceylon and Old Catholics in America. In 1933 it responded to a... More > crisis among the Byzantine Orthodox in Hungary by consecrating a bishop for these congregations too. Abba Seraphim believes that there are certain parallels which may be construed to aid a more generous evaluation of these bishops and his detailed documentation, the fruit of 40 years research, provides the basis for such a re-assessment.< Less
Ex Oriente Lux By Abba Seraphim
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This chapter in the history of nineteenth century Christendom has been sadly neglected by writers and Church historians. During the middle of the 19th century Stephen Hatherly, an English church... More > musician and Dr. Joseph Overbeck, a Prussian Catholic scholar priest who had settled in England, both converted to Orthodoxy. Tragically, an early clash of personalities caused them to be life-long enemies. Hatherly believed the Byzantine Liturgy the very essence of Orthodoxy and told the Greek community in Manchester, “I glory in nothing more than that I stand before you as a Greek priest.” Dr. Overbeck's scheme for a Western-rite Orthodoxy was repugnant to Hatherly and he wrote to his rival that he would not stand by and see him “blend any figment of your old popery or any old Protestantism with our Orthodox ritual.”< Less

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