Monthly Archives: July 2014

“Female Bishops” an illusion of “orders”

Now that the Church of England is going ahead with ‘consecrations’ of women to the episcopate’, the historic ‘episcopacy’  so treasured by the Anglican communion has been definitively broken.  What will follow is an illusion of ‘catholicity, and ‘orders’ that … Continue reading

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Two Ways

I am constantly amazed by the majority of people, most of them within the Church that are constructing, or have constructed, a God and a Church in their own image. Not for them the Magisterium, or what has been traditionally … Continue reading

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Unity of Faith (Repost)

The article from L’Osservatore Romano by Fr Lopes is a critical examination of the Occasional Services book used by all the Personal Ordinariates around the world.  One of the key points, is the item below: The incorporation of Anglican liturgical patrimony in … Continue reading

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