As we enter into Lent once again, I am continuing the practice I began last year of limiting my use of the internet throughout the season. Therefore, there will be no new posts from me until after Easter. But many good things are on the horizon. There are more posts coming in the Biblical Catholicism series, including a post on the 39 Articles in Anglo-Catholicism and one on reading the Scriptures through Catholic eyes. There are also more Ask an Anglican posts on their way, answering questions on baptismal regeneration, the nature of blessing, veneration of the cross, and many more topics. Plus some all new videos are in the works, including an interview with the well known Anglican ethicist Dr. Philip Turner and an exploration, by request, of what I would do if I were Presiding Bishop.
All of that should be fun. I am looking forward to it. But in the mean time, I’m looking forward to a blessed Lent. I pray that this season will be one filled with grace for all of you and that your devotions during this time may draw you ever more into the heart of Jesus. May God bless you and keep you.