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A post here picked up by Tito Edward’s blog at the National Catholic Register

Just noticed a bump in stats due to a link from Tito Edward’s blog at the National Catholic Register. This is the post he picked up.   Advertisements

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More people attracted to Anglican Patrimony

Our Anglicanorum Coetibus Society webmaster Shane Schaetzel’s has a post over at his Catholic in the Ozark’s blog that’s well-worth reading, and even got picked up by Big Pulpit, a Catholic news and blog aggregator. He writes: Something big is … Continue reading

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Off to the Canadian Bishops’ Plenary

My busiest time of year as a journalist is upon me, so blogging will be light probably until Thursday. I’m off to the Canadian Catholic Conference of Catholic Bishops’ annual plenary gathering in Cornwall, Ontario.  That’s a picture of me … Continue reading

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Do you have an oratory?

Over on Facebook at the Anglican Ordinariate Informal Conversation Forum some members have posted pictures of their oratories.  This picture is from Ellen Jones-Carney’s lovely chapel.  She is a former Solitary Religious of The Episcopal Church who has since joined the … Continue reading

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News from St. Agatha’s in Portsmouth

I have a deep affection for St. Agatha’s Parish in Portsmouth, because it was there in 2007 that the College of Bishops of the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC) signed a letter to Pope Benedict XVI, the Catechism of the Catholic … Continue reading

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Fr. Ed Tomlinson responds to Shane Schaetzel’s tips for parish growth

I check our blog stats from time to time, and yesterday, our visitors and page views doubled, which is good news!   And, I noticed a number of referrals from Fr. Ed Tomlinson’s Tunbridgewells-Ordinariate blog in the UK. Fr. Ed … Continue reading

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Separating marriage from procreation

Back in 2005, Canada’s Liberal government at the time voted in a law that redefined marriage and got rid of a host of references in other laws that referred to husband and wife, mother and father.   Thus the biological … Continue reading

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