Thanks to my friend Donnie for pointing me to these:
The Byzantine Anglo-Catholic — a blog about “the interplay between Benedictine spirituality, high-church Anglicanism, and the hesychast tradition of Eastern Orthodoxy.”
Yes, Young People Do Like Traditional Liturgy by Luiz Coelho — an interesting essay by a young Latino Anglican on the importance of preserving liturgical tradition.
Here’s what Donnie had to say when he pointed me to these links:
I have often felt that the most radical thing that the Church could do, far more radical than any “contemporary” or even post-modern emergent style worship, while those may have their place, is to hold fast to and to uphold our traditional liturgies rooted in our ancient Faith. More than any current trend or post-modern deconstruction the most counter culturally thing we could do is to be more liturgical and “high church”, I reasoned to myself. This might appeal even more to the young of today in our increasingly rootless (ruthless?) society.
I’m with you, my friend.