Monthly Archives: July 2014

Anglican Patrimony: the Sacrament of Penance

When around the age of 14 I discovered Anglo-Catholicism I made my first Confession within a couple of months. It did not occur to me that this sacrament was any more optional to my Christian life than, say, going to … Continue reading

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Assisted Suicide

Many of you will have seen already this statement from our Ordinary, Mgr Keith Newton, and it deserves the widest support from Catholics and Anglicans.  After the unwise remarks of Lord Carey and Archbishop Tutu, it is a relief to … Continue reading

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When words are used to hide the truth (4)

  We don’t need to look in a dictionary for definitions of words which surround the end of life. ‘Death’ means coming to the end of your life, when your heart stops beating, and your brain ceases to function. ‘Killing’ … Continue reading

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