Monthly Archives: November 2017

“New Goliards – Mission” Page

I have just updated the page that originally defined the intentions and purpose of this blog – New Goliards – Mission. Five years later, I find that it was linked with my situation as an “orphaned” priest facing the choice … Continue reading

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The Post-Modern Prometheus

My mind has been bothered somewhat over the last few days by some of these “hot-button” issues, and as always, I seek the roots of the malaise. One of the most powerful and accessible articles I have seen recently is … Continue reading

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Euthanasia

I came across this video this morning on YouTube. The video is centred on two persons wishing to die, an old lady in good physical and mental health who could not get over her grief on losing her daughter, and … Continue reading

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The Great North Road

With a hat tip to Fr John of Ad Orientem, I reproduce this link to a beautiful piece of silent film. It narrates a short journey from London to Stamford (Lincolnshire) in August 1939. Colour photography in those days was … Continue reading

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Away from the Stereotypes!

The more I think about my subject matter of yesterday (it was Rev. Clatworthy who got in my cross hairs, but I’m tackling the ideas and not the suspected inner intentions of persons), the more I find myself with various … Continue reading

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Relevant?

On reading two postings by Fr Jonathan Munn on matters related to liberalism and our Anglican Catholic identity, (Revising Anglican Catholicsm and Sacramental Validity: a response to the Rev Mr Clatworthy) I discovered the website Modern Church, which seems as “single … Continue reading

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Creek Sailing

I have just made a wonderful discovery of the blog of an English gentleman who is a lover of halyards, sheets, sails, rudders and the gentle lapping of water against the bow. He also has a more elegant term than … Continue reading

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