Monthly Archives: April 2013

Saint Catherine of Sienna and a reflection about Saints

My brothers and sisters in Christ, Yesterday on my own blogspot I wrote a piece about Saint Catherine of Sienna and reflected  also on our own ability to have visions of Saints, Angels and even God. Unfortunately in this life , … Continue reading

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How should one behave as a Priest on a blog ?

Christ is risen. Allelujah. With so many Priests being involved in blogging I think it would be good if we had a guideline how to behave , especially when we deal with those, who just happen to disagree with us … Continue reading

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Ars Celebrandi

The art of celebrating is a theme that was constantly on the lips of Pope Benedict XVI and addressed to the priests of the Roman Catholic Church. In our Church of Anglican tradition, the state of the question is different, … Continue reading

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Anglican Catholic Positivity

Well, very warm greetings from me as I make my first post on our Anglican Catholic Blog. I am somewhat indebted to Fr Anthony for his kind words below and, indeed, for all the support that I have received from … Continue reading

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Deacon Jonathan Munn

Deacon Munn needs little in the way of introduction. He has been active for a good while on the Internet and runs The Anglican Diaspora and O cuniculi! Ubi lexicon Latinum posui? He is a schoolmaster and teaches mathematics, my … Continue reading

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I welcome readers to this new blog, The Anglican Catholic. Please stop and view the About page. I will be relying on you readers to make this a corporate effort, since I already have my own well-established blog As the … Continue reading

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