Monthly Archives: November 2015

Church and Politics

We are often confronted with the eternal temptation of Christian churches: riding piggyback on the secular state or political parties in order to achieve its mission. Recently, we have seen scenes of Russian Orthodox priests blessing high-tech weapons of war. … Continue reading

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Fr Robert Hart on our Provincial Synod

Reflections on Provincial Synod XXI of the Anglican Catholic Church, Original Province. The keynote seems to have been one of getting on with the job, being businesslike and open to the bishops of the other Continuing Churches. Bishop Brian Marsh … Continue reading

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Byron’s Darkness

Perhaps it could almost be called a Romantic Dies irae. Let us earnestly pray for those most in need and who dwell in darkness and the shadow of death. * * * I had a dream, which was not all … Continue reading

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Some interesting articles

Perhaps it is the same phenomenon from different points of view: Oblivion about secularism in the western world. I find it difficult to discern what David Sullivan’s thread is through this article, but I can understand how our world can … Continue reading

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