/October 2010 Articles

last chronicle

Dear Mr Tatchell, I write to you in no spirit of antagonism, but rather as one who is compelled by the Revelation of Jesus Christ which I have received, and of which as a Theologian of His Church I am [...]

2017-10-07T13:01:58+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

editorial

In accordance with its declared policy, Forward in Faith provided the secretarial skills and logistics which made possible the two Sacred Synods called by a group of Catholic Bishops. Both meetings were well attended and accounts of them are to [...]

2017-10-07T13:01:22+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

letters to the editor

Sound practice From Fr Barrie Newton In ‘The way we live now’ [September], Geoffrey Kirk writes ‘If school admission committees anywhere ask to see the Baptism certificates of either children or parents ... I have yet to hear of it.’ [...]

2017-10-07T13:00:47+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

30 days

Non-event With all the excitement of Pope Benedict’s triumphant State Visit to the United Kingdom, it has been all too easy to lose sight of what one might call the fringe initiatives. Take, for example, this press release of 17 [...]

2017-10-07T13:00:03+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

touching place

St Katharine’s, Little Bardfield In 1866, a new rector carried out a thorough restoration of Little Bardfield church, ‘rescuing the fabric from a state of desolation and decay’. Richard White, whose very advanced churchmanship for 1866 included reservation of the [...]

2017-10-07T12:57:51+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

the way we live now

Geofrrey Kirk reflects on christian orthodoxy, the new atheism and the Church of England He came; he saw; he conquered. Heart spoke to heart – though not, of course, to the heartless. The Papal visit may not have changed the [...]

2017-10-07T12:54:25+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

The historic discipline of the Church requires both apostolic faith and apostolic order for the exercise of the apostolic ministry, as Arthur Middleton explains The Book of Common Prayer makes an obligatory statement of doctrine and discipline in the Ordinal. [...]

2017-10-07T12:53:39+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

SECULAR LiTURGIES

What might it be It is more challenging to perform theatrical comedy than tragedy, because beneath the humour there must be recognizable truth Tom Sutcliffe describes two recent revivals which demonstrate this principle Comedy, the title of Dante’s great account [...]

2017-10-07T12:52:35+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

the way we live now

Geofrrey Kirk reflects on christian orthodoxy, the new atheism and the Church of England He came; he saw; he conquered. Heart spoke to heart – though not, of course, to the heartless. The Papal visit may not have changed the [...]

2017-10-07T12:51:41+00:00 October 2010 Articles|

faith of our fathers

The historic discipline of the Church requires both apostolic faith and apostolic order for the exercise of the apostolic ministry, as Arthur Middleton explains The Book of Common Prayer makes an obligatory statement of doctrine and discipline in the Ordinal. [...]

2017-10-07T12:50:59+00:00 October 2010 Articles|