Category Archives: Anglican Communion

Anglo Catholicks and the Church of England


I have been an Anglo Catholic since the early 1970′s and before that I was mildly Catholic but still learning about Christianity in a village church which was more or less High Church with a slight leaning towards the Catholic approach … Continue reading

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Touching the hem of Christ’s Vestments.


MrC’s comments of ‘SAFEGUARDING: FOLLOW-UP TO THE CHICHESTER COMMISSARIES’ REPORTS FOREWORD BY THE ARCHBISHOPS OF CANTERBURY AND YORK’ Tomorrow there will be a discussion concerning the safeguarding procedures in relation to the abuse of children and vulnerable adults as it … Continue reading

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Those who are of Riper Years….. and LGBT’s


I’m sorry but I can’t find my copy of the old book of Common Prayer, but I remember bits pretty well and it is still canonical. In it I recall a wedding service variation for ‘those who are of riper … Continue reading

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A warm welcome… at last…


Hooray.  I have found myself accepted in a small group run by MIND.  There is something quite wonderful in finding the oppeness and truy non-judgemental attitude in other people.  I have experienced it online, with my dear friends and now … Continue reading

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Waiting to die or to be raised? From Good Friday to Easter to Good Friday.


Waiting to die or to be raised? Living in isolation, more or less, is particularly hard if memories of a previous time of abundant social contact, and happy contact often, become a constant reminder of the contrast in what was … Continue reading

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Hope for Unity from Rome to Lambeth


It has been reported in the Tablet this week that new proposals are being put forward By the Roman Church to the Anglican Communion generally and the Church of England specifically which are a radical departure from earlier attempts to … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy in the House of Bishops


Firstly there is the ‘supposedly’ single bishop, who speaks out against ordaining gay people. Yet he himself is gay and is active on the gay internet scene, meeting men online to have affairs and ‘liaisons’ with.  He has hardly ever … Continue reading

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