Tag Archives: Northern 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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New Oxford Movement

I have just seen something from Fr Anthony Clavier on Facebook about the question of a new Oxford Movement, with a quote from an inaccessible website: We shouldn’t compromise the traditions of High Church worship. But if we think the … Continue reading

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Classical Catholicism

In the wake of recent reflections about the Roman Catholic traditionalist world, I am brought to offer a few reflections from my point of view as it developed over the years since I left the Institute of Christ the King … Continue reading

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With the passing years…

I have been delighted to find this video on Fr Quintin Montgomery Wright, which dates from 1988. Two indicators, his age of 74 and the controversy in that year over the four episcopal consecrations conferred by Archbishop Lefebvre. No one … Continue reading

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Renaissance Cathedral

I found this one on Facebook (click on the image to get full size), and the person who posted didn’t say where it was. He describes the painting as “Paul Vredeman de Vries, 1612, Interior of a Gothic Cathedral, now … Continue reading

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Dr William Tighe on the Continuing Anglican Churches and Doctrine

I just received this from Dr William Tighe and his permission to publish it here. * * * I wrote the piece [Can the Thirty-Nine Articles Function As a Confessional Standard for Anglicans Today?] more with Continuing Anglicanism in mind … Continue reading

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Fr Jonathan Munn on Defining Anglicanism

Fr Jonathan Munn of our Diocese has written Provincial Synod and Provincial Anglicanism in his blog. He is just about to accompany our Bishop to America for the Provincial Synod of the Anglican Catholic Church. Perhaps I might go another … Continue reading

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