/April 2010 Articles

The law as friend

Robert Van Der Weyer considers the possibility that a free province could be created for traditionalists no matter what General Synod has or has not decided When the idea of a new province in England for traditionalist Anglo-Catholics and Evangelicals [...]

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footnotes

The Right Revd David James, once Lecturer in Chemistry at Southampton University, is the present Bishop of Bradford, having been translated from the suffragan see of Pontefract in 2002. Fr Dwight Longenecker was formerly a priest of the Church of [...]

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last chronicle

Anglican Patrimony We apologise that our sister publication Forward Plus did not publish the following in time: Holy Week and Easter Services Palm Sunday 8.00am Low Mass 11.00am Commemoration of the Lord’s Entry into Jerusalem, and High Mass. Mass setting: [...]

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Forward in Faith update

Friends of the Ordinariate Many thanks to those responsible for this simple, new initiative, whereby those who are interested in the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum Coetibus can go online to the website: www.friendsoftheordinariate.com and signify that interest. Complete confidentiality is guaranteed [...]

2017-10-04T20:47:15+00:00 April 2010 Articles|

editorial

No one should have been surprised that Bishop James Jones has changed his mind about gay relationships. He has been tobogganing down the slippery slope of moral relativism for some time. The seeds of his recent address to the Liverpool [...]

2017-10-04T20:46:38+00:00 April 2010 Articles|

letters to the editor

No pick and mix From Fr Bernard Sixtus Mary Gough [‘Solve this one’, March] is to be congratulated for putting with such admirable clarity and conviction what, I suspect, many Anglo- Catholics think. She has described (if by way of [...]

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30 days

Woman bishop leads the way Margot Kaessmann is a woman who has had more than her fair share of firsts. In 1999, she was elected bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hanover – the first woman to hold this [...]

2017-10-04T20:45:24+00:00 April 2010 Articles|

touching place

Blessed Virgin Mary, Batcombe Come to Batcombe from Frome; when you turn off the A359, the minor road immediately starts diving and twisting down into a wooded valley, before reaching the village. Drive the length of the village street, and [...]

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SECULAR LITURGIES

Power of Germany Tom Sutcliffe on The Tempest at Lübeck and the importance of Germany to the survival and success of opera in Europe Twice since Christmas I have been to Germany to see new productions of The Tempest, Thomas [...]

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the way we live now

Geoffrey Kirk calls on supporters of women priests to be consistent in their arguments and highlights the issue of conflicting Mariologies Why, oh why, can’t the proponents of women priests and bishops decide what they are on about? I refer [...]

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