In this class on Sunday, February 4 at 10am the Rev. Brandt Montgomery discusses the historic appeal of the catholic expression of Anglicanism to a great number of the Episcopal Church’s black members. In examining past events and present circumstances, one sees how catholic Anglicanism has not only appealed to those historically and socially oppressed, but presents “a glorious vision” reflective of a Christian Gospel that is meant for all people. Fr. Montgomery is Associate Rector and All School Chaplain at the Church of the Ascension in Lafayette, Louisiana, and a former seminarian at Saint Thomas Church.