Monthly Archives: July 2012

A fresh point of view

I received this message from a priest who was studying in Rome whilst I was in first year philosophy in 1985-86. It would be improper to reveal the identity of this priest, but he has wonderful suggestions here. Comments would … Continue reading

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Update about Archbishop Falk

I received this as a circular e-mail from Dr William Tighe, and have no reason to believe it is confidential: I am sad and sick at heart about these matters: http://www.theanglocatholic.com/2012/07/more-ordinariate-disappointment/#comment-69015 http://www.theanglocatholic.com/2012/07/archbishop-falk-will-not-be-joining-ordinariate/ and angry, too, if truth be told.  I … Continue reading

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Mysterium Iniquitatis – the Aurora Massacre

Over the last few days, I have been reading the news about a horrible massacre that occurred in a cinema at Aurora in Colorado. The cinema was featuring the newest Batman film and a young man opened fire with weapons … Continue reading

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Archbishop Louis Falk Not Joining the Ordinariate

Archbishop Louis Falk Not Joining the Ordinariate HT to Fr Smuts, who pays the same homage to his own source Fr Chori Seraiah. I have no independently sourced information. There is also a question about Bishop Louis Campese who leads a … Continue reading

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Religion and Spirituality

This is a question that always ‘bugs’ me and makes me think. I often come across “apologists” who try to back you into a corner with the usual dilemma – my way or the highway. All or nothing. You can … Continue reading

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Meeting with Cardinal de Paluel

Today, I had a most important meeting with Cardinal de Paluel.

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Catholicism or Catholic Church?

No, this is not a polemical piece in regard to Rome, the ordinariates or anything else. It is simply to draw attention to one of the articles mentioned in a posting on Northern Catholicism I commented on yesterday. The article … Continue reading

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Navigation

In preparation for my holidays, I have been learning some of the rudiments of sea navigation. Nowadays, boaters and professional seamen use the GPS for navigation. It is a remarkable piece of equipment, and is normally very reliable and does … Continue reading

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New Article about Northern Catholicism

I have just had a “ping” from this excellent article – Northerness Respondi on Anglican Rose. As I have already mentioned, I have a great deal of esteem for Archbishop Peter Robinson, even though I am a tad more “pre-reformation” than … Continue reading

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While waiting for the day…

I have written several postings about the Society of St Pius X, and have expressed my disagreement with many of their doctrinal and political positions. I have also deplored, in the light of books and statements from the 1970’s and … Continue reading

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