Tag Archives: TAC

Fr Graeme Mitchell RIP

Of your charity, please pray for the soul of Fr Graeme Mitchell of the Anglican Catholic Church in Australia (member Church of the TAC). I received this obituary from Bishop David Robarts. When I joined the TAC in August 2005 … Continue reading

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Diocese of Amritsar and Rome

I have just received some information from Dr William Tighe to answer a question I asked back in 2012 about the Anglican Diocese of Amritsar in India. “The Diocese of Amritsar is curiously mentioned by Cardinal Levada in his announcement … Continue reading

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Historical TAC Material

Seeing that the question is being discussed in some quarters, I decided to re-post material from my old English Catholic blog. I don’t want it to be used for re-fuelling old polemics, but rather as a raw historical resource for … Continue reading

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The Continuum Blog

The memories come flooding back about Fr Robert Hart’s blog The Continuum when we read this again from John Bruce – What’s Become Of The “Continuum”? This blog was founded by Albion Land who at some point became Orthodox and … Continue reading

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The Elusive Anglican Patrimony

I have had discussions with my friend over the past couple of days, and the subject of the Ordinariates and Anglican Patrimony came up. I think that a lot of wisdom came out of these conversations, both of us being … Continue reading

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Feedback from Los Angeles

This came up today: The Great Disappointment Continues. I won’t attempt to understand John Bruce’s Code of Ecclesiastical Titles. Quite honestly, I couldn’t care less. Most days, I wear a pair of jeans and a hoodie with my long hair, … Continue reading

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Elegy for “The Anglo-Catholic”

The blog The Anglo-Catholic is gone and replaced with some kind of generic page. WordPress, which I am using for this blog, is free and advertising is relatively unobtrusive, but perhaps blogs get taken down when they have rotted on … Continue reading

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Archbishop Hepworth Again

I read this in John Bruce’s blog: Hepworth Visit Abp Hewpworth will visit and celebrate mass at St Mary of the Angels at 7:00 PM Epiphany Day, Friday, January 6, 2017, not Epiphany Sunday as I had previously posted. (I … Continue reading

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Some interesting articles in the Catholic Herald

Britain’s Ordinariate is in peril. Here is how to save it. I thought the English Ordinariate was doing well compared with the American one, if we can trust that old curmudgeon John Bruce banging his drum to get everyone into … Continue reading

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Herding cats…

We have been subjected for many years to the notion that uniting Continuing Anglican Churches and their “alphabet soup” is like herding cats, something impossible or futile. This would be the reason why many sought something more “mainstream” in Eastern … Continue reading

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