Tag Archives: Western Rite Orthodoxy

Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’intrate

It is the famous quote of Dante, most frequently translated as Abandon all hope, ye who enter here. It is a quotation I often remember when walking up some streets in London with the dark glass and steel office buildings … Continue reading

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Pre-Tridentine Catholicism

Searching for the Long Lonely Road to Pre-Tridentine Catholicism I heartily recommend this highly lucid article.

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Other Enquiring Minds

I once spent a couple of days with Fr Michael Wood at an Orthodox monastery in France. He is a Russian Orthodox priest of Australian and Anglican origins, and runs a western rite mission in England. He spends time on … Continue reading

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Orthodoxy and Catholicism

Not intending to stir up old embers for the Blowout department, this is a fine article – Distinctions between Orthodoxy and Catholicism. Many of us Anglicans joke cynically about the “two one true churches”. I really am far beyond having … Continue reading

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Dr Raymond Winch

Today, I found the Liturgiae Causa article by a charming young man who lives in Kent, with whom I occasionally correspond. I met him in London recently in the company of a dear friend who is also keen on the … Continue reading

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And a parish came back in from the cold…

A link was given by a kind soul in a comment on the Orthodox Blow-Out Department. It is worthy of note here. In brief, a continuing Anglican parish that joined the Russian Orthodox Church outside Russia has returned to continuing … Continue reading

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Liturgical Christianity

I went through my morning routine of drinking coffee and looking at my e-mail and blog comments. One by Christopher William McAvoy stood out on the Orthodox Blow-Out Department. Without reproducing it here, it contains a theme that is close … Continue reading

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