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A message from Bishop Damien Mead on the Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity

The Nicene Creed, which we recite at almost every Mass, declares the Church to be One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic. In our Epistle reading at Mass today tells us that the Church of the New Testament was definitely one: “There … Continue reading

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A message from Bishop Damien Mead for the Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity

In Christian theology, charity — or love (agäpé) — is the greatest of the three theological virtues (Faith and Hope being the other two). As I have said so many time s before the English Word “Love” sometime fails to … Continue reading

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Hope for the future

It has long been my intention to contribute more to this blog and I know that Fr Chadwick also would like contributions to what we had envisioned as being an organ for Anglican Catholics to publish thoughts, news and doctrinal … Continue reading

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Constructive Hiatus

I have had some enquiries about the future of this blog. It is impossible to say too much at this time, but I have had correspondence with our Metropolitan, Archbishop Mark Haverland and my own diocesan, Bishop Damien Mead. For … Continue reading

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Eirenicon

I’ve been pondering on whether to write this, given the furore I appear to have been causing of late. I’ve decided to breach the hiatus slightly in the light of Fr. Chadwick’s update in order to reinforce good confraternity and happier relations … Continue reading

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A Few Words

Revision as of 3rd August 2013, Invention of St Stephen. I have had some sincere and cordial correspondence with Fr Stephen Smuts by private e-mails. I have decided to remove the posts he found offensive. I count on him to … Continue reading

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Anglican Catholic Unity

Here one can find and read the statement of the Anglican Catholic Church on Church Unity which I post in response to some people who find our stance “stand-offish”.  Of particular importance is Section 6. It is very easy to … Continue reading

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