Author Archives: Deborah Gyapong

Msgr. Newton interview at Catholic World Report

The Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham Msgr. Keith Newton has given an interview to Catholic World Report! A great read.  Here’s an excerpt: Msgr. Keith Newton: I was born in Liverpool, in the Northwest of England, … Continue reading

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Patronal Festival in Australia

A great event coming up!  I would love to be able to attend this.  I am a big Tracey Rowland fan.  If on those occasions where the Vatican decides it wants to seek out women theologians and scholars, why aren’t … Continue reading

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An article about the Oxford Movement’s legacy

I personally think Anglicanorum coetibus and the Personal Ordinariates for former Anglicans in the Catholic Church is a legacy of the Oxford Movement. Here’s an excerpt from an article by Duane W.H. Arnold over at Virtueonline that I find most interesting: … Continue reading

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And now a positive note—on Silence

Have come across this review of Cardinal Robert Sarah’s book The Power of Silence: Against the Dictatorship of Noise while I was looking for a quote by him that had something to do with our focusing on Christ, instead of … Continue reading

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Ha ha ha! Will the real Manicheans please stand up?

In Romans 2:1 it says:  “Therefore you have no excuse, O man, whoever you are, when you judge another; for in passing judgment upon him you condemn yourself, because you, the judge, are doing the very same things.”   This piece … Continue reading

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The ever interesting Fr. Hunwicke

Fr. Hunwicke has an interesting piece that relates to the origins our our Ordinariate Divine Worship. He writes: When poor Dr Cranmer composed his Liturgy there was not a lot of evidence about how the Early Church actually did worship. … Continue reading

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Meanwhile in the Church of England . . .

Is the Church of England headed for a crack up similar to that experienced by The Episcopal Church?  Andrew Sabisky writes a pessimistic piece on the church’s future prospects after its recent General Synod over at The Catholic Herald. Leading … Continue reading

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