Monthly Archives: July 2017

The new commenting policy

The new commenting policy starts tomorrow.  Thank you to those who have either sent me an email at  vp  AT acsociety DOT org or have given their details at the end of a comment (which I will remove). We will … Continue reading

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The wrong sort of Anglicans? (sniff!)

In my reading this afternoon, I came across this article in First Things “In Defense of Converts” and came across this: Nor is such sniffiness towards converts an exclusively American phenomenon. The day after Anglicanorum Coetibus was issued, providing personal ordinariates for … Continue reading

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Pray Tell blog takes aim at our liturgy!

The Pray Tell blog has a post up about an Orthodox scholar andformerAnglican David Frost who is critical of importing Cranmerian language into Orthodox liturgy.  Then the blogger takes a swipe at the Ordinariates’ Divine Worship. The Book of Common … Continue reading

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Fr Tomlinson on “The Lesson of Anglicanism: liberalism will tear you apart.”

Fr. Ed Tomlinson, an Ordinariate priest in England, has an article in The Catholic Herald entitled The lesson of Anglicanism: liberalism will tear you apart. In it he captures some of the reasons why those of us who come from the … Continue reading

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In defense of the King James Bible

I have made no secret of my wish that someday the Catholic Church will approve the use of the King James Bible with all the canonical books and perhaps some footnotes or other ways of dealing with any Protestantisms such … Continue reading

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Upcoming blog commenting policy

Hello all, We are going to implement a new commenting policy. As of August 1,  we will only post comments from people with real names from verifiable locations and email addresses.  If you wish to comment under a “handle” that’s … Continue reading

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Anglicanorum Coetibus Society goes live with map pinpointing groups across North America

Updated to reflect revisions on Catholic in the Ozarks Anglican Patrimony Groups Portrait of Pope Benedict XVI Signing Anglicanorum Coetibus. The “Anglican Patrimony” is the liturgical history, particular to Medieval England, that the Catholic Church and Anglicans have in common. … Continue reading

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