Monthly Archives: December 2012

Being a Mature Spiritual Seeker

After the last few days of bouncing ideas around the ether of the blogosphere, I cannot avoid certain more interior reflections. On one side, if I am not prepared to go back to Rome “for more” in the name of … Continue reading

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The Anglican Church of India

This is a reposting of an old article (November 9th 2010) from the defunct English Catholic blog. I have edited the text a little. * * * In October 2007, I had the honour of meeting Archbishop Samuel Prakash in … Continue reading

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The Anglican Catholic Church in Australia

As a final piece of work for today, I give a portrait of the ACCA, from whose ranks a bishop was chosen by Pope Benedict XVI to be the Ordinary. I am not sure the separation process is yet complete … Continue reading

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The Traditional Anglican Church in Britain

The Traditional Anglican Church in Britain was never very sizeable in a country where it would almost be said that people would continue to attend the same church building even it were sold to the Muslims and converted into a … Continue reading

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The Anglican Catholic Church of Canada

Canada is second in my attempts to survey the TAC, and this task is also facilitated by the high-quality website. The division between the ACCC and the ordinariate-bound occurred peacefully on the whole. There was a previous division involving the … Continue reading

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The Anglican Church in America

I begin my survey with the easiest – because the web sites are detailed and kept up to date. The Americans are great with computer technology and use it to great effect. Those who are not good with computers find … Continue reading

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Sarum Calendar 2013

On Sarum Chant. To quote from the site: The Kalendar appearing here contains in the third column the information provided in the printed Sarum Kalendars such as that found at the front of the Breviarium 1531.  In the fourth column … Continue reading

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