Monthly Archives: July 2015

Dangerous Sarum

It reminds me of a moment in The Name of the Rose, when Fr William explains to the Abbot the cause of all the skulduggery going on. Books! Forbidden books! Spiritually dangerous books! Two interesting reflections about the Use of … Continue reading

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High Church and Catholic

There is an interesting thread going around by e-mail, based on two articles by Fr Hunwicke: ‘High Church’ or ‘Catholic’? (1): Church of England Games and ‘High Church’ or ‘Catholic’? (2): within the Catholic Church. Is the distinction between some … Continue reading

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Archbishop Haverland on Anglican Unity

Following on from my earlier article Where’s the ACC in this mix? and an e-mail from Archbishop Haverland, it is my pleasure to publish our Archbishop’s recent address. * * * Evensong, Forward-in-Faith/North America – 15 July 2015 Psalm cxxxiii, verse … Continue reading

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Light at the End of the Tunnel?

The End of Capitalism has Begun. OK it’s the left-wing press in England, but my sympathy and sense of hope is awakened. Only today, I read of farmers blocking the city of Caen and access to the Mont Saint Michel. … Continue reading

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Why be a priest?

E-mails have been sent around with a link to Was Philip North right? – five years on. The person running the Ordinariate Expats blog simply asks for opinions. In the exchange of e-mails, it is all taken as an affront to … Continue reading

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Where’s the ACC in this mix?

I received a brief e-mail this morning from an Orthodox correspondent with this link from David Virtue’s site. Some things in this article made me bristle somewhat, making me grateful to know that our Metropolitan Archbishop Haverland is always open … Continue reading

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A Twitch on the Sarum Thread

It is nice to see signs of interest outside my own mind. Liturgical Boutique: Is Sarum Possible? has just appeared on the Rad Trad blog. His reflections sound as weary as my own, seeing that there has been a lot … Continue reading

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