It’s rare that I find a book that I instantly want to finish as soon as I can, not because I want the experience over and done with as quickly as possible (I can think of a few of those) …

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Just in case anybody in London Diocese was in any doubt, Chartres has made it very clear. The Pope has recently issued an invitation to Anglicans to move into full communion with the See of Rome in the Ordinariate where …

Chartres and the Roman Rites Read more »

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There is simply no doubt that Fr Simon Rundell is the leading exponent of alternative worship in the Church of England as this video of the weekend’s Eucharist demonstrates. This one has a rock feel to it. Over at the …

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Yesterday the Ordinariate officially got underway with the three defecting bishops being ordained priests in the Roman Catholic church. Vincent Nichols’ sermon was actually quite interesting. Forget the fuss over the Ordinariate being dedicated to Mary (of Walsingham no less …

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