Monthly Archives: November 2013

Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme

Advent arrives once again, and we lose the Gloria and the Ite missa est, at least those of us who follow the Sarum rules. Like the Alleluia silenced in Septuagesima and Lent blooming forth at the Paschal Vigil, the Gloria … Continue reading

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Diocesan Cycle of Prayer

2014 Prayer Cycle Available Our Diocesan Cycle of Prayer is available as a pdf file or plain text for printing in any format. We appreciate your prayers for each and all of us in the Diocese of the United Kingdom, … Continue reading

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Anglican Catholic Gentleness

I would like to salute Fr Jonathan Munn in his sensitive and gentle comments to a posting by Cappellane, the posting in question being Tea With Fr. Munn. Gentleness and kindness, an irenic approach, are a fundamental part of Anglican … Continue reading

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The Bishop in the Anglican Catholic Church

Following on from my posting Church Bureaucracy, I wrote to our Metropolitan, Archbishop Mark Haverland and asked him to write something about being a bishop in the Anglican Catholic Church in the light of his experience. In his e-mail, he wrote … Continue reading

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Roman Uniformity

Fr John Hunwicke is active again in his blog Fr Hunwicke’s Mutual Enrichment. He is one of the highest profile Anglo-Catholic priests from the Church of England to have become a pillar of the English Ordinariate. I esteem and respect … Continue reading

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New Testament Seamanship

A letter was written to a newspaper many years ago: Sir, – The story is told of an Exmouth pilot listening in church for the first time to the story of the shipwreck of St. Paul. The Reader ended dramatically … Continue reading

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New Reefing System

This is something I have wanted to do for some time. I began to comment on reefing a Mirror dinghy sail and saw the ideas of Mr David Sumner who lives in southern England and is very serious about his … Continue reading

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