Looking for Ships

I’m finding this Looking for a Ship blog quite fascinating in its own right. It is run by Fr C, but it is not clear who this priest is or which institutional Church he belongs to. Perhaps he or one of his readers might enlighten me. I understand his prudence. I only discovered this blog through a posting on Facebook and the postings on the combined Synod in America with the ACC as one of the partners of the new full communion concordat.

His reflections are profound and the result of thought, and this is greatly appreciated. I will be browsing through it for some time. I can’t fathom why I didn’t know about this blog before in the heady days of Anglicanorum coetibus and the various Western Orthodox attempts at getting something stable going. Fr C was certainly one of the more level-headed commentators in those days before the leaden cloak of Francis I (not the sixteenth-century French king) descended upon it all.

Now our Churches are getting together, I hope this will herald a revival of Anglican-Catholic blogging and a contribution to academia and thought in general.

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2 Responses to Looking for Ships

  1. John Evans says:

    Fr. Chadwick, based on several clues (signing himself at places as Fr. Charles or CHN+), this is almost certainly Canon Charles Nalls of the ACC. Certainly the best reports I’ve seen from the synod, so thank you for posting links.

    Feel free to discard this comment as it intended chiefly for your information rather than as a public comment.

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