/November 2016 Articles

Thy Stomach’s Sake

‘Armand’ goes off-piste   Grüner Veltliner Sublime mountain vistas; decadent coffee and pastries; terrifying ski runs; singing nuns: these are a few of my favourite things. Having travelled to Austria a number of times, I’m always delighted by the contrast [...]

2018-09-29T13:12:22+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

Forward in Food

‘Audubon’ turns the other cheek   I abhor waste – and, more than anything, I abhor wasted food. Nothing is more irritating to me than leftovers not used up, produce gone off, or a mistake in the kitchen than renders [...]

2018-09-29T13:11:44+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

Remembrance Diary

‘Thurifer’ calls to mind the Fallen   November is the month of the Holy Souls, and of Remembrance. Perhaps surprisingly the People’s Republic of Islington (prop. the Rt Hon. Jeremy Corbyn, MP) has in several of its streets simple and [...]

2018-09-29T13:11:17+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

Love It or Hate It…

Edwyn Gilmour on a surprising part of the history of the Catholic Movement   Marmite disappeared from the shelves briefly in October after Unilever’s spat with Tesco; but seems to have returned. This is an account of the life of [...]

2018-09-29T13:10:03+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

Views, Reviews and Previews

Art   Opus Anglicanum: Masterpieces of English Mediæval Embroidery Victoria and Albert Museum until 5 February 2017   Opus Anglicanum is not some secretive, right-wing, traditionalist prelature – Archbishop Welby’s equivalent of Opus Dei. Rather, it’s the distinctive style of [...]

2018-09-29T13:09:23+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

Secular Liturgies

Tom Sutcliffe on death and judgement   When I worked at the Oratory and Westminster Cathedral in the 1960s I think I only once sang at a Requiem when the Dies Iræ was used. The idea that death could be [...]

2018-09-29T13:06:05+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

Editorial

The fall-out at York Minster over the dismissal of the bellringers was a sub-editor’s dream, with an almost endless supply of puns; and it is likely that the story will not go away quickly. Meanwhile, until the appointment of a [...]

2018-09-29T13:05:32+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

The way we live now

Christopher Smith wonders if the Church of England is doing its moral theology in the right way   It is common among those who wish Christianity ill to throw the charge of hypocrisy at Christians, and particularly at those who [...]

2018-09-29T13:04:26+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

Devotional

Prayer for the Departed   Prayer for the departed is an accepted practice with all Anglo-Catholics. It is thought to have support in particular expressions, and still more in the general tone, of Holy Scripture. It has been the ordinary [...]

2018-09-29T13:03:04+00:00 November 2016 Articles|

Faith of our Fathers

Arthur Middleton on Neville Figgis CR (1866-1919)   From 1900 to 1925 the climate of thought in England was antipathetic to the old ways and guides, preferring to follow a pro  foundly false utopianism of perpetual and automatic progress. It [...]

2018-09-29T13:02:17+00:00 November 2016 Articles|