Tag Archives: Nordic Catholic Church

Radical secularisation?

I have been having more of a look through the website of the Nordic Catholic Church, and in particular a short posting by Bishop Flemestad on The Church of the Future. The thought appears to be cogent, since it is … Continue reading

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The Nordic Catholic Church and Gnosticism

Update from 5th March 2020. I have received various bits of new information and I am concerned not to be an obstacle in the developing relationship between our churches. Bishop Flemestad has a remarkably lucid philosophical view of the fundamental … Continue reading

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Schsim or Schism?

The poor old dear is having another go, and indeed, methinks he doth protest too much. We should begin by imagining the ideal world of this fellow. The entire planet is a suburb of some great American city in the … Continue reading

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The TAC in England and the Nordic Catholic Church

Something is brewing – The Traditional Anglican Revival. A statement: from Bishop Ian Gray. The TACB is an autonomous Continuing Anglican Church which is a member of the TAC (Traditional Anglican Communion), the largest grouping of such Churches in the … Continue reading

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Union of Scranton / Free Church of England update

Please see my earlier post updated – Free Church of England and the Union of Scranton. I have appended an official text sent to me by Bishop Flemestad of the Nordic Catholic Church. This also was sent to a multi-addressee e-mail … Continue reading

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Free Church of England and the Union of Scranton

This is interesting – Økumeniske samtaler i Storbritannia. I suspected this for a long time, but it was all kept under wraps. Bishops Flemestad of the Nordic Catholic Church has revealed ecumenical work between the Union of Scranton and the Free … Continue reading

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Dom Klaus Schlapps

I have just received the news that Dom Klaus Schlapps of the Abbey of Saint Severin in Germany died yesterday afternoon of a heart attack. This community had recently been accepted as a part of the Nordic Catholic Church and … Continue reading

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