Tag Archives: TAC

Historical TAC Material

Seeing that the question is being discussed in some quarters, I decided to re-post material from my old English Catholic blog. I don’t want it to be used for re-fuelling old polemics, but rather as a raw historical resource for … Continue reading

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The Continuum Blog

The memories come flooding back about Fr Robert Hart’s blog The Continuum when we read this again from John Bruce – What’s Become Of The “Continuum”? This blog was founded by Albion Land who at some point became Orthodox and … Continue reading

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The Elusive Anglican Patrimony

I have had discussions with my friend over the past couple of days, and the subject of the Ordinariates and Anglican Patrimony came up. I think that a lot of wisdom came out of these conversations, both of us being … Continue reading

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Feedback from Los Angeles

This came up today: The Great Disappointment Continues. I won’t attempt to understand John Bruce’s Code of Ecclesiastical Titles. Quite honestly, I couldn’t care less. Most days, I wear a pair of jeans and a hoodie with my long hair, … Continue reading

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Elegy for “The Anglo-Catholic”

The blog The Anglo-Catholic is gone and replaced with some kind of generic page. WordPress, which I am using for this blog, is free and advertising is relatively unobtrusive, but perhaps blogs get taken down when they have rotted on … Continue reading

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Archbishop Hepworth Again

I read this in John Bruce’s blog: Hepworth Visit Abp Hewpworth will visit and celebrate mass at St Mary of the Angels at 7:00 PM Epiphany Day, Friday, January 6, 2017, not Epiphany Sunday as I had previously posted. (I … Continue reading

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Some interesting articles in the Catholic Herald

Britain’s Ordinariate is in peril. Here is how to save it. I thought the English Ordinariate was doing well compared with the American one, if we can trust that old curmudgeon John Bruce banging his drum to get everyone into … Continue reading

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