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Gallicanism, France’s “Anglicanism”

I have often expressed the idea of Anglicanism as an “English Gallicanism”. What was Gallicanism? The Wikipedia article is quite a good introduction from the historical point of view. Gallicanism is a rejection of ultramontanism; it is akin to a … Continue reading

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Jansenism Revisited

Interest is being expressed in the background, so here’s my old article Jansenism about a fascinating variation of St Augustine of Hippo’s teaching on free will, grace and related subjects. The unique character of Jansenism resides in its not being … Continue reading

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