Monthly Archives: November 2012

Anglicans Vow To Vote Again On Allowing Bishopesses

In the Huffington Post: (RNS) The Church of England plans to rush through legislation to consecrate women bishops after last week’s surprising defeat at the church’s General Synod in London. The church’s Archbishops’ Council ended two days of closed-door meetings … Continue reading

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New US Ordinariate Priest Has Turned Full Circle

Via Ordinariate Expats: On 2oth November 2012 Father Belen Gonzalez y Perez was ordained priest for the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter in the United States. The new priest was ordained in Brooklyn Cathedral by Auxiliary Bishop … Continue reading

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Why We Don’t Pray


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Very Rev Shane Janzen Elected Metropolitan of the Province of Canada and Bishop Ordinary of ACCC (TAC)

The Anglican Catholic Chronicle newsletter of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada for the month of December is out. Download it in pdf. here. After a nice piece on Advent and Christmas, is the announcement: There is also a list … Continue reading

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Clip On New Archaeological Discoveries!


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What Is This?

I’d like to believe that a lot of visitors to this blog are of the intellectual, knowledgeable and rather sharp kind? So perhaps you guys can help me with this, because I cannot seem to make much sense of the … Continue reading

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Terror in School

Sometimes, you simply have the right to defend yourself.  

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Syria Has Vanished from the Internet

#SyriaBlackout.  Time to pray indeed. Reports are breaking that Syria has vanished from the Internet and that telecommunications are interrupted. Quite understandably with the fighting in and around Damascus this is being interpreted as a potentially ominous sign: Renesys is still investigating … Continue reading

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In the country that used to be England, the weak are now to be murdered by thirst at the behest of bean counters.  Coming soon to a post-Christian state near you. Source:  Mark Shea  

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Take a Deep Breath, Anglicans

The Church of England has just defeated, by a very narrow vote, a proposal to allow women to become bishops. The measure needed two-thirds of the vote in each of the houses: the House of Bishops, the House of Clergy, … Continue reading

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