Archbishop Welby in Difficulty

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After his visit to Pope Francis, Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby acknowledges that having women bishops will cause difficulties in the search for church unity. John Bingham at the Daily Telegraph reports here. Don’t you just love English understatement? It reminds me of the classic English story of the Scott expedition to the Antarctic. [Read More...]

Call Me an Evangelical Charismatic Liberal Conservative Progressive Traditionalist…

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…or call me Catholic. One of my life slogans is the dictum by F.D.Maurce that “A man is most often right in what he affirms and wrong in what he denies.” I realize that my own prejudices and background incline me towards what seems to be a more conservative viewpoint, but I reject the title [Read More...]

Help My Kids Still Aren’t Catholic!!

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An earlier post this week with a similar title evoked the most passionate comments I’ve had on a post for a long time. I suggested that one of the reasons why Catholic kids leave the church is that our catechism and worship styles and preaching for the past fifty years did not prepare them for [Read More...]

Fathers Know Best

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One of the recurrent themes in the conversion stories of former Protestant ministers is their discovery of the Apostolic Fathers. Ever since Bl. John Henry Newman found his way Home to Rome by reading the early church writings, waves of converts have also read the theologians and historians in the generations just after the apostles [Read More...]

The Vicar on the New Archbishop

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Guest blogger, The Rev’d Humphrey Blytherington is Vicar of St Hilda’s, Little Snoring with All Saints, Great Snoring. He is a graduate of Plymouth University. He completed his studies for the ministry at Latimer Hall, Durham. He is married to Daphne and enjoys home brewing, model railroading and is an avid member of the Great [Read More...]

Binz on the Bible

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Stephen J Binz is a Bible scholar who bridges the Evangelical-Catholic divide. In hisAncient-Future Bible Study Series he gives us a series of great Bible studies on various characters in the Bible. With studies on Peter, Abraham, Women of the Torah, Women of the Gospels, Paul and David, these studies for either individuals or groups highlight [Read More...]


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