Monthly Archives: February 2016

Rapture!

I follow on from my previous article on anti-intellectualism. It is obviously not a new problem, nor is it American. There are many fascinating themes in the works of the recently deceased Umberto Eco. The one many of us know … Continue reading

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Anti-Intellectualism

I noticed a posting by my fellow priest Fr Jonathan Munn – Biblical Balderdash on the question of Christians who call themselves “Bible-believing”. I have tended to beat a drum about fundamentalism and other “diseased” forms of religion, and was … Continue reading

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Another priest goes down!

This time it is Fr John Fleming who seems to be the one most behind the drive by Archbishop Hepworth to aspire to some kind of uniate status for the TAC with Rome. At least, that is what the Archbishop … Continue reading

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Discussions of Anglo-Catholicism

There are presently quite a few discussions about Anglo-Catholicism. By far, the most interesting articles are from Archbishop Peter Robinson. He has been writing about the north-end position, a subject upon which I touched a few years ago in North … Continue reading

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New Lazarette

I have just constructed a lazarette on my boat. Now that sounds like Lazarus who was resurrected from the dead by Christ. Usually and in the present case, the lazarette is an aft locker just inside the transom. In the … Continue reading

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The Avignon Patrimony

Another article has appeared More On The Patrimony Of The Primate and it really is quite poignant. I lived through those expectations and illusions of 2011 and the following year. I have found two of my writings that reflected my … Continue reading

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La Bazarette sur la Canabière

Many years ago, I lived in Marseille to help with a traditionalist chapel near the Gare Saint-Charles. It’s an amazing town with its clearly Latin culture, crushingly hot summers and its own folklore. The accent is very particular, and I … Continue reading

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