Author Archives: Fr Anthony Chadwick

ISIS Crucifies Christians

As we approach the centenary of World War I, we are confronted by the full horror of the persecution of Christians by ISIS Muslims in Syria and Iraq. The more conservative newspapers and websites give the story. The story goes … Continue reading

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Returning to Brittany

I am returning to Brittany in just over a week, but this time with my wife for our summer holiday. We will be going to Loctudy, shown on the map by a white circle, and in the aerial photo. It … Continue reading

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In Solidarity with the Persecuted Church

I first of all express my solidarity with my Bishop who uses Facebook rather than the blog as a part of his teaching ministry. He has written an article on our Diocesan website – Bishop Condemns Violence Against, and Persecution … Continue reading

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Mental Illness and Religion

This is a subject I have thought of writing about for some time. It is a sensitive one, because I am not qualified in psychiatric medicine or psychoanalysis. I only have a few notions, so I can only express myself … Continue reading

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Shrill Polemics

Something discussed in our recent Council of Advice meeting inspired me to write on the subject of shrillness on the part of many polemicists seeking to defend their convictions and win others over to them. One Council member regretted having … Continue reading

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Dr Raymond Winch

Today, I found the Liturgiae Causa article by a charming young man who lives in Kent, with whom I occasionally correspond. I met him in London recently in the company of a dear friend who is also keen on the … Continue reading

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Retroactive Truth

I have just seen Fr Robert Hart’s new article – Round up the usual suspects. He and I haven’t always seen eye to eye between his attachment to the Prayer Book and the Thirty-Nine Articles and my “pre-Reformation” and “Gallican” … Continue reading

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A Quick Hop to England

I got back from a quick weekend in England for our Council of Advice to which I have been nominated. It took six hours door-to-door from my house, to check-in at the port, the sea crossing and the drive up … Continue reading

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A Note on Aspergers Syndrome

Whilst commenting on John Beeler yesterday, I fell to the temptation of making sweeping statements about what medical experts used to call Aspergers Syndrome and which they now refer to as autism spectrum disorder. I have known people with characteristics … Continue reading

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John Beeler off the Deep End

I don’t mind a man looking like something out of the 1950′s or 60′s with similar glasses as those of my old schoolmaster, and who daubs his blog with cars of the same era. All right, I am an eccentric … Continue reading

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