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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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