Hello, I’m becoming interested in Anglicanism, particularly the Continuing Anglican movement in North America. But as a newcomer, I’m having a hard time sorting through the various churches and finding one that would fit me and my views. My views are a weird mix of theological liberalism, social conservatism, appreciation for Catholic liturgy and mysticism while simultaneously rejecting what I perceive to be excessive Catholic dogmatism. I’m not trying to argue for my views or figure out which Anglican church is the “correct” one. I’m simply looking to see which one best matches my views as they currently are. I’m looking for an Anglican church, either within the Anglican Communion or outside of it, that... –is more on the High Church or Anglo-Catholic side of the churchmanship spectrum than the Low Church side –places at least some value on Tradition and private, mystical revelation, even if in a subordinate role to Scripture –encourages or at least allows devotion to the Virgin Mary –supports or at least tolerates theologically liberal interpretations of the Fall of Man (symbolic, ahistorical, ideal, existential, biological, etc.) -supports or at least tolerates theologically liberal theories on Atonement (Moral Influence/Example, Mystical, etc.) -but despite toleration of theological liberalism, is politically conservative with respect to issues like abortion, same-sex marriage, immigration, and the ordination of women (which is why I think the ideal church for me would likely lie outside the Anglican Communion...I definitely would not feel at home in a church with female priests) Are you aware of any churches that identify themselves as being in the Anglican tradition that have these views? Thank you and God Bless.