Author Archives: Fr Anthony Chadwick

Early Modern English

Archbishop Haverland has been on Facebook, exhorting us priests to get it right with memorized texts like the doxology after a collect: All traditional clergy should commit to memory the basic rule for expanding a collect ending to full Trinitarian … Continue reading

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Glitter Ashes

I thought I had heard them all! This is going “viral” on Facebook. A number of people responded to the provocation to express indignation or wonder whether it is a joke. Even some gay people object to this aberration and … Continue reading

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Aspie Days in Lille

I went to the second day of Aspie Days in Lille (near the Belgian border). It was quite fascinating and I might venture to say, illuminating. It was the first time I had met people diagnosed with Aspergers and other … Continue reading

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A Certain Sense of Style

As Clint Eastwood would say, “You guys sure have a certain sense of style”. Here’s an amazing video from Palmar de Troya. Photography in their church used to be strictly forbidden. I am surprised that the ceremonies seem to be … Continue reading

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Temple Grandin

I have just made the discovery of an amazing American woman by the name of Temple Grandin. I have just ordered the DVD by her name, a film about her life as an autistic. You can find clips from this … Continue reading

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Quid est Veritas?

Like in the political world, black seems to be white in the RC Church. I have received several links to news articles about the ongoing war between conservatives (including Cardinal Burke) and Pope Francis. How Pope Francis can cleanse the … Continue reading

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Aspie Archbishop?

This is quite amazing – Michael Ramsey – an autistic archbishop ? Diagnosing a dead person is not easy to say the least (it has been tried with King George III and Mozart among others), but people did notice some strange … Continue reading

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