Tag Archives: Protestantism

“Catholicism made me Protestant”

I would like to draw your attention to an article that has appeared in First Things. I had better not reproduce it for copyright reasons, but there is no paywall. Catholicism made me Protestant. Read it there. I should attempt … Continue reading

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Two Fine Articles by Fr Jonathan Munn

I always appreciate my brother in the priesthood Fr Jonathan Munn and his keen intellect. Here’s a couple of recent articles, just in case they have gone unnoticed. How I (fail to) understand Protestantism from 18th February Protestantism, like the … Continue reading

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Calvinism

Some time ago, I set up a Classical Anglican Blow-Out Department for the discussion of matters relating to the cohabitation of Anglo-Catholics of various “tendencies” and those Anglicans who remain attached to the tenets of the Reformation, the Thirty-Nine Articles and … Continue reading

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“Embryo Parson” Prepares to Write a New Article

In reference to my earlier article Facing Criticism, an update by someone calling himself Embryo Parson promises that he will “address his comments when I have a big enough block of time to do so in depth“. I remember from the 1980’s a sketch … Continue reading

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