Monthly Archives: March 2014

Gay Marriage

I read on some blogs and in the news that the UK has passed laws allowing same-sex marriages. The same happened in France about a year ago, and there were fierce demonstrations organised by Civitas. The big problem is that … Continue reading

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The Lighter Romantia

I ought to mention in all seriousness that the kind of Romanticism I have written about is not connected with a subject on which I have written in my lighter moments. One such article is The Invisible Empire of Romantia. The … Continue reading

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A Further Reflection about Romanticism

The more I think about the question of Romanticism and the way this theme has popped up time and time again in history, the more I see it not as a movement or anything to promote in general terms, but … Continue reading

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Question about the Tonsure

The Tonsure is not in use in the Anglican Catholic Church, nor, unfortunately, are the Minor Orders and the Subdiaconate. Some of those ministries are fulfilled by Lay Readers. I hope there will one day be a reflection in our … Continue reading

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Popular and Elite

This morning, Dr William Tighe sent out an e-mail with some links about people who become Orthodox and leave. Leaving the Orthodox Church is a poignant posting, as are several others on this blog that reveal some of the same … Continue reading

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Hoc Sacrificium Novum

Update: Hoc Sacrificium Novum (2) However … * * * Fr Hunwicke is coming up with a new set of articles, for his piece Hoc Sacrificium Novum (1) has the number one between brackets. When I first began to use … Continue reading

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Religionless Christianity

This is a theme that emerged from an exchange of comments with Stephen K. A search on Google brings up quite a few articles related to Dietrich Bonhöffer. This one is an example – Bonhoeffer’s Religionless Christianity. What does the … Continue reading

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