Author Archives: Fr Anthony Chadwick

Knuckle up or else!

I have the impression of such a challenge in Odd One Out which comments on articles to which I have added thoughts in this blog. Should we just put aside all we love, snap into lockstep, “convert to the true … Continue reading

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Illusions…

I draw your attention to these very thoughtful postings: Neo-Calvinism in the Catholic Church UPDATED End of Illusions & New Beginnings The Top-Down Solution I notice our friend at Rad Trad is also suffering from some degree of burn-out. There … Continue reading

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The Liturgical Wilderness

There have been some interesting comments on Gathering a Sense of the Lay of the Liturgical Land : Traditional Catholicism. One comment in particular struck me, sent in by someone who comments here too. From a practical point of view, … Continue reading

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The Minority of the Minority

The Real Live One blog, to my delight, has truly come alive with thought-provoking reflections. The two I most have in mind are the most recent. Gathering a Sense of the Lay of the Liturgical Land : Traditional Catholicism From … Continue reading

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Young Fogey’s Latest

John Beeler has come up with Catholic Defcon, the new Anglo-Catholicism, and more. He makes much of my article about terrorists and liturgists, quoting it quite extensively. The question of Archbishop Marini is probably a storm in a teacup, since … Continue reading

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A Couple of Interesting Articles

One of my readers, who has just sent a fine comment on another post, has recently published these two interesting articles: The tides of time This one seems to complement my own posts about liturgists and terrorists. I suppose that … Continue reading

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Of Terrorists and Liturgists

There is the old quip about being able to negotiate with terrorists more easily than with liturgists. The steer looks wistfully at the slaughterhouse door as discussions are held about who will be responsible for the liturgy in the Vatican. … Continue reading

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