The Anglo-Catholic Mormon Enters the Latter-day Saint Bloggernacle

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In 2013, By Common Consent published a brief and comic article called ‘A Map of the Bloggernacle’. It may be the Time and Season for this map to be revisited; The Anglo-Catholic Mormon has joined the Mormon Bloggernacle! In honour of this auspicious occasion, The Anglo-Catholic Mormon challenges By Common Consent’s map (posted above) and proposes an update to the map (below).

The New Mormon Bloggernacle Map

Furthermore, The Anglo-Catholic Mormon adds the following descriptor:

Keep of the Anglo-Catholic Mormon: Perched just within the Unwavering Wall, the Keep of the Anglo-Catholic Mormon is a newly discovered outpost of an ancient and universal kingdom. From this keep, paladins, mages, and scholars publish key theological tracts based upon the teachings of the (Restored Catholic) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Their premise is that the ancient Christian Church, the universal or catholic church as established by Christ and led by the Prince of the Apostles, St Peter, is continued under the guidance of the current heir to the Throne of St Peter, in Salt Lake. Only by uncovering the mysteries of the past can they bring unity to the Mormon Bloggernacle.

 

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Housekeeping

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Over the last year, The Anglo-Catholic Mormon blog has been hibernating and, in anticipation of a renewed ethos, some changes have been made.

  1. There is now a Call for Contributors section which invites readers to contribute blog posts. More information can be found: https://anglocatholicmormon.wordpress.com/contact/write-for-the-anglo-catholic-mormon/
  2. There is now a brief explanation of why The Anglo-Catholic Mormon continues to use the term “Mormon”. More information can be found: https://anglocatholicmormon.wordpress.com/about/still-mormon/
  3. In an effort to make the site more accessible, blog content has been completely reorganised to reflect the theme of the post. Additional posts explain the definitions of each category.