Monthly Archives: January 2020

Romantic Christianity

I have just published my book through Lulu and am waiting for six copies other than my author’s copy. I will send the six copies to my Bishop and some friends free of charge. Others who may be interested can … Continue reading

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Miserere mei, Deus

On this 75th anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camps. Have mercy upon me, O God, after thy great goodness: according to the multitude of thy mercies do away mine offences. Wash me throughly from my wickedness: and cleanse … Continue reading

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Continuing Anglican News

I am highly encouraged by our Archbishop’s Charge to Provincial Synod published on his website. Also, the Traditional Anglican Communion is becoming the Traditional Anglican Church. See the Anglican Church in America news release. This means that the former communion … Continue reading

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Apprehending the Transcendent

For this posting, I reproduce the title of the video to which I am linking. I myself was unaware of the work of Sir Roger Scruton who passed away only a few days ago. This dialogue reveals many of the … Continue reading

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Boniface X gone

The site http://romancatholicism.org (remove “public_html/” manually) shows a mass of Chinese characters and a contact address – which suggests the boutique is still open to paying customers but behind closed doors. The Twitter page has been taken down. I had … Continue reading

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The Saint Osmund Guild

Some correspondence by e-mail with a list of six persons has brought me to simplify this project and refine its objectives. In particular, I have laid aside the idea of a trust or an association along the lines of a … Continue reading

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English Tradition

My attention has just been drawn to Charism of the Ordinariate published by the Australian Ordinariate. They offer seven points as what they consider most characteristic of the reason why the Ordinariates should not simply be absorbed into mainstream post-Vatican … Continue reading

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