Tag Archives: Ordinariates

A Couple of Gripes with Anglo-Papalism

I have always had difficulties in understanding certain phenomena in Anglo-Papalism. What I mean by this term is the tendency of some Anglican clergy and laity to refer to contemporary Roman Catholic norms as if they were already under Roman … Continue reading

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ἀναστόμωσις

Another sympathetic blog is linking to mine – ἀναστόμωσις.This is a Greek word from the verb ἀναστομόω (1st person singular), meaning to furnish with a mouth or outlet. In medicine it means a connection between two blood vessels (other channels in the … Continue reading

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Fr Hunwicke and Orders

Clarification: In writing this article, I wish to make it clear that I assume readers to have consulted the following articles by Fr Hunwicke and read them fully. Reordination: (1) Reordination (2) Reordination (3): Consummatio Reordination (4); Consummatio; Anglicans I … Continue reading

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Old English Catholic Blog

I have had an enquiry about my old English Catholic blog which I deleted in the thick of the Ordinariate polemics. It no longer exists on WordPress or anywhere else. I saved the material to my hard disk prior to … Continue reading

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Roman Uniformity

Fr John Hunwicke is active again in his blog Fr Hunwicke’s Mutual Enrichment. He is one of the highest profile Anglo-Catholic priests from the Church of England to have become a pillar of the English Ordinariate. I esteem and respect … Continue reading

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Ordinariate Liturgy Links

Dr William Tighe has sent out a circular e-mail, and I think it would be of interest to readers here. Most of us know that the Ordinariate rite of Mass is now rolled out and no longer secret. I quote: … Continue reading

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