Monthly Archives: October 2014

Our Lady St Mary

In the Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England (1662) the place of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the scheme of Redemption is commemorated in the Collect and Preface of Christmas. There are Propers for the feasts of … Continue reading

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Our gratitude for Paul VI

  For those of us who were nurtured in the Faith as Anglicans the beatification of Pope Paul VI is special. He seemed to have a particular regard and concern for the Anglican Communion. It was expressed by one short sentence in … Continue reading

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Blessed John Henry Newman 9th October 2014

In gratitude for our Patron, Blessed John Henry Newman, and asking his prayers this day

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Forming priests the Kelham way: true patrimony

With the Feast Of St Michael and all Angels on 29th September (St Michael, St Gabriel and St Raphael in the current Roman calendar) the thoughts of those of us who were trained as Anglicans for the priesthood at the … Continue reading

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In the struggle against terrorism what hope is there for free-speech?

Reports of  Theresa May’s speech at the Tory Party Conference are beginning to cause some concern. For while the British people are united behind efforts to counter violent terrorism, some commentators identity an important shift in the Home Secretary’s thinking. … Continue reading

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