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Northern Catholicism and Celtic Catholicism

This comment just came in from Stephen K in Australia following my posts Northern Catholicism, Celtic Christianity and Celtic Christianity Revisited: I thought yours a wonderfully concise summary of the differences between Northern and Southern Catholicism, Father. What I want to know … Continue reading

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New Article about Northern Catholicism

I have just had a “ping” from this excellent article – Northerness Respondi on Anglican Rose. As I have already mentioned, I have a great deal of esteem for Archbishop Peter Robinson, even though I am a tad more “pre-reformation” than … Continue reading

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Northern Catholicism

It is perhaps by spirit of provocation that I adopt the title Northern Catholicism which is the title of a book published in 1933, Northern Catholicism, centenary studies in the Oxford and parallel movements, edited by N.P. Williams and Charles Harris, … Continue reading

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Northern Catholicism is not without its critics

I have just been to my letterbox and found two big brown envelopes from Dr William Tighe, that indefatigable scholar from Pennsylvania. He keeps sending me books and articles, and he is obviously someone with whom I would spend a … Continue reading

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Anglican Catholicism, a twitch upon the thread

I have been looking at a fascinating thread on the Anglican Ordinariate Forum on Facebook. Some of those people reflect well, among those of a more fearful disposition. I will try to give a general gist of some of these … Continue reading

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Evangelical Catholicism Revisited

A few days ago, I had my rant (Evangelical Catholicism and New Evangelism) about the kind of Christian evangelism that resembles modern business and marketing methods. Everywhere we turn, we find advertising (Wikipedia article that equates advertising as a kind of … Continue reading

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Ideal Characteristics of Anglo-Catholicism

To follow up from my previous article, I give some ideas about what I would like to see in Anglo-Catholicism as expressed in the Continuing Churches and how things could be in the future. Rather than a revival of the … Continue reading

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Splendid Article on Northern Ecclesiology

By Deacon Jonathan Munn of the ACC in the UK – Branching out of Yggdrasil. Our English and northern French culture is full of the old Norse mythology. It’s in our blood like the sea! Deacon Munn discusses the English … Continue reading

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Catholicism or Catholic Church?

No, this is not a polemical piece in regard to Rome, the ordinariates or anything else. It is simply to draw attention to one of the articles mentioned in a posting on Northern Catholicism I commented on yesterday. The article … 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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