Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Ordinariate and the search for unity

I wrote this article  in January for the Magazine of my local Catholic Parish. One of the parishioners told me that it had helped her to understand what the Ordinariate was all about. On 2nd February 2012 I was received … Continue reading

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The Holy Spirit and the Council

  In a recent homily Pope Francis spoke words which will bring joy to all who see the Holy Spirit at work in the continuing implementation of the Second Vatican Council. Indeed, the Holy Father spoke of work still incomplete … Continue reading

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Understanding the Ordinariate

In my time as a Catholic I have discovered two things. First, that most ‘cradle’ Catholics assume that fomer Anglicans in the Ordinariate are conservative, liturgically and otherwise.  Second, that the English in the Ordinariate do not grasp the importance of the Book of … Continue reading

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The governance of the parish: an Anglican perspective

Now there are varieties of gifts but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord; and there are varities of working, but it is the same God who inspires them all in every one.                                                                    I … Continue reading

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