Monthly Archives: September 2013

Two Mirror Rig Questions

Another couple of search terms came up about the Mirror rig. I make no claim to expertise in this domain. I just know where to look and my boat has a Mirror rig which I set up every time I … Continue reading

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Article by Fr Jonathan Munn

Creeping Calvinism and Ambiguous Anglicanism Fr Jonathan Munn has just written this article in which he contends that man isn’t totally depraved. I won’t go into all the theology of it, the various theories of grace and sin from Saint … Continue reading

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Have Table will go

If you’re really desperate and have an outboard engine… Looks like fun, and you can have your dinner in style on the beach!

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Décroissance

There is something I would like to run by my readers, especially as I am passionately enthusiastic about the ideas behind the Arts & Crafts movement of a century ago. Rightly, it is not merely an aesthetic or artistic movement, … Continue reading

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Ordinariate Use

The news is breaking that the English Ordinariate has its new Use for the Mass in parallel with the Roman rite they have been using until now. The best article on this subject I have been able to find is … Continue reading

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Dinghy Cruising

I return to a theme to which I have given a considerable amount of thought over the past few years, that of dinghy cruising. I have taken my 10-foot hybrid to quite a few places, and am improving on its … Continue reading

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Ember Days

This week, we have the Ember Days, though today we celebrate Saint Matthew and commemorate Ember Saturday. We are sometimes at a loss to explain the meaning of the Ember Days (obsolete in the Pauline Roman liturgy). Here is an … Continue reading

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