Monthly Archives: April 2013

A possible sign of the times – Piero Marini?

Article in French – Piero Marini, préfet de la Congrégation du Culte divin ? Une rumeur improbable, mais significative * * * I occasionally look at “Vatican-watch” sites to get an idea of what is going on. We now read … Continue reading

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Radical Orthodoxy Revisited

I am usually sensitive enough to pick up on the somewhat dated movement of some English academics called Radical Orthodoxy. As an Anglican movement attracted to ressourcement theology, neo-patristics and Platonism, it has seems exciting and appealing as a “third … Continue reading

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Blogging Priests

Fr Stephen Smuts has reflected one of my closely-held convictions, that blogging can be a true Christian ministry. He linked to The Anglican Catholic in Priests on the Blogs. We find quotes of Pope Benedict XVI and Patriarch Kirill of Moscow … Continue reading

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Extra-Mural Anglicans

I like Deborah Gyapong, and I have always found her to be a good person seeking the best for her family and for God. We had many uplifting conversations on Skype. But certain things get up my nose – Who … Continue reading

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Deborah Gyapong on Being Catholic

These days, I tend not to bother very much with knowing how my former brethren in the TAC are doing since they went to the RC Church, whether through the Ordinariates or other channels. Deborah Gyapong has always been kind … Continue reading

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Ars Celebrandi

I have published a posting on The Anglican Catholic with the title Ars Celebrandi. It is something I constantly read about from the mouth of Pope Benedict XVI and in Roman Catholic blogs. It is a haunting theme, and the Pope’s … Continue reading

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The Anglican Catholic Blog

The Anglican Catholic is a new blog, which I hope will become quasi-official in our Church and run in a totally different spirit to that of this personal blog. Please stop and view the About page, because this gives the … Continue reading

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