Monthly Archives: December 2016

Hat Tip in the Fish-Eaters’ Forum

My statistics page picked up a site sending 7 hits to my page on the Sarum Use. This is the Fish-Eaters’ traditionalist forum running a thread on the liturgy. I am intrigued by the title, because there are loads of … Continue reading

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Elegy for “The Anglo-Catholic”

The blog The Anglo-Catholic is gone and replaced with some kind of generic page. WordPress, which I am using for this blog, is free and advertising is relatively unobtrusive, but perhaps blogs get taken down when they have rotted on … Continue reading

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A real treat for the end of the year

I wish England was this! In the Fen Country: Landscape and Music in the Work of Gustav Holst and Ralph Vaughan Williams This is a truly beautiful posting on the English music that broke with the German Romantic fashion promoted by … Continue reading

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More Aspie Stuff

I have been looking some more information on the internet, and am finding some remarkable stuff. Here’s one from an American writer, a woman, who has a lovely way of describing things. She wrote My Inner Life: Adventures With Asperger’s. … Continue reading

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Archbishop Hepworth Again

I read this in John Bruce’s blog: Hepworth Visit Abp Hewpworth will visit and celebrate mass at St Mary of the Angels at 7:00 PM Epiphany Day, Friday, January 6, 2017, not Epiphany Sunday as I had previously posted. (I … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas

I convey my Christmas greeting to all those to whom I have not been able to write individually. May this feast of the Nativity renew the joy and hope of Christ in us all. Christmas is often a sad occasion … Continue reading

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Great British Eccentrics

Many years ago, when I was at school in York, I was introduced to one of the songmen of the Minster. He had been there for years and was living in a little house belonging to the Dean and Chapter … Continue reading

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