Tag Archives: Medieval Catholicism

The French RC Continuum

I am probably the only Continuing Anglican priest with experience of French Catholicism, both in the Parisian mainstream and the traditionalist scene. I see many parallels between French Catholicism and Russian Orthodoxy: the identification of the Kingdom of God and … Continue reading

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Sturm und Drang

Only a day or so ago, I mentioned the dark prophecies of Our Lady of Fatima, La Salette and other places, and now I find Here at the End of All Things. The article is headed with an image that … Continue reading

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Trip to the Fifteenth Century

My wife and I went to Rouen 1431 yesterday, an amazing 360° panorama of the city from the viewpoint of being on the top of the Cathedral façade. A son et lumière effect alternates fair and foul weather, day and … Continue reading

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Third Liturgical Movement

My head has got so big it is about to explode!!! The Third Liturgical Movement has just been published. Far from me to claim such a grandiose title for my work of collecting the work of others, living and deceased, … Continue reading

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Weird Symbolism

I don’t know if we have any medieval experts looking at this blog. Have a look at this: I am rather intrigued by this group of dissolute-looking folk gathered around a book of music. I am brought to think of … Continue reading

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An Opportunity

Whilst on holiday by the sea (yes, enjoying the sailing) on the Contentin peninsular, on a nice quiet campsite with a wi-fi connection, I have been reading a number of articles on the theme of liturgical situation in the Roman … Continue reading

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Low Mass

I found A liturgical abuse… very interesting on my old friend’s blog. As usual, Patrick is a tad categorical. He sees it from the point of view of a layman, and myself from the point of view of a priest … Continue reading

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