A curate in the Diocese of London writes: ‘I’m pleased to announce the arrival of the new Anglican compromise cocktail – the PseudoHippolytan (in honour of Common Worship Prayer B). It is two parts gin, one part cointreau, half a part lime juice served over crushed ice.’ Perhaps something to have in stock for July 2012? The Editor would certainly welcome any other suggestions of what we might all be drinking the day of the vote.
Daniel Howard is a theology graduate currently working as a Pastoral Assistant and Associate Anglican Chaplain in Liverpool.
Fr Tom Mendel ma, ssc is Vicar of Eastbourne, and Canon Emeritus of the Pro-Cathedral in Malta, having served there as Chancellor and Chaplain. He has been a parish priest in the Diocese of Hereford and also Chaplain and Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge.
Our apologies to The Music Makers for using the cover of their 2007 CD Regina Caeli in the review of their new CD, Our Lady of Walsingham. We print here the correct cover image and hope readers will search out and buy both of these excellent recordings.
Visitors to Oxford are encouraged to call at Pusey House. The House acts as a Chaplaincy to the University and has a beautiful Chapel. It was founded to care for Dr Edward Bouverie Pusey’s collection of books and these make up the core of its library of over 80,000 volumes.
During Term Time there is a daily Mass in the Chapel at 8am and on Sunday High Mass at 11am. The House is a valuable resource for Anglo-Catholics and the Church of England as a whole.