Author Archives: Fr Anthony Chadwick

Liturgical Minimalism

John Beeler (who regularly writes on Facebook but rarely in his blog) wrote an interesting entry on Facebook about “no-frills Catholicism” showing an Ordinariate Mass in a rather kitschy modern church. This is apparently somewhere in the USA. One comment … Continue reading

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In the midst of madness

Facebook and other avenues of information are producing some quite horrifying tendencies. One was a video of some people tearing down Confederate statues in America as a kind of belated revenge for the Civil War. I have never really sympathised … Continue reading

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Catholics

I saw an article from Tony Equale’s Blog about the film Catholics (aka The Conflict) that was made in 1973 from a novel. My attention was first brought to this film when I went on a trip to the USA … Continue reading

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Homage à Jacques Sternberg

My thoughts are brought back to Jacques Sternberg who must have been quite a character. He was a journalist and novelist, and sailed a small boat in almost all weathers on the English Channel. Jacques Sternberg was born in Belgium … Continue reading

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Analogies: the Bank, the Law Court and the Hospital

I found this on Facebook from Fr Guy Winfrey. What is Orthodox Christianity? Finding a starting place is difficult, but I think the best place is to say that Orthodoxy focuses on healing the soul of man. It is not … Continue reading

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Our Archbishop’s Blog

Archbishop Mark Haverland has set up a blog. According to his Facebook entry: I have begun posting some miscellaneous liturgical and theological writing in a blog. I may or may not continue. Some of you might find it of some … Continue reading

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Archdiocesan Seminarian Processing Plant Quality Control

Two weeks ago, John Bruce was appointed as CEO of the seminary formation plant in Los Angeles and chief intelligence officer against the proliferation of original ideas, especially those of Anglican influence. He and his team are ensuring products of … Continue reading

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