Monthly Archives: December 2015

Anarchy and Community

I greatly appreciate the reflections of Fr Jonathan Munn in Possession, pomposity and power, in which he makes the point that true monastic obedience is in regard to the community and not simply the Abbot. Many years ago, I was … Continue reading

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Borscht for Brains

I am increasingly enjoying Fr Hunwicke’s wit and sense of the absurd. The question is asked: Who is entitled to use the Pope Francis Missal? Where have I already seen the nit-picking among some members of the Roman patriarchate? Oh … Continue reading

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2016 Ordo

For those who do not yet have their liturgical calendars, Anglican Catholic Church – based on the 1928 American Prayer Book and the Anglican Missal. It is ordered online. It contains the essential information needed for the Mass and Office, … Continue reading

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Chassez le naturel, il revient au galop

I have always appreciated the writings of Umberto Eco. He made his name as a writer through the story most of us know, The Name of the Rose. Like Foucault’s Pendulum, it is a story of intrigue and teasing the … Continue reading

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Christian Anarchism and Universalism

I was a little peed off this morning as I set about deleting a draft project in which I had lost interest. In its place, I deleted my published article of yesterday on the Christian anarchist view and universalism which … Continue reading

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