Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Blog goes from Strength to Strength

The Anglicanorum Coetibus Society Blog is happy to report that in our first quarter of 2018 we have more than exceeded, in both views and visitors, half of last years traffic results: we are currently averaging well over 18,000 views … Continue reading

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The utopianism behind redefinitions of reality–a video by Rev. Gavin Ashendon

The former Honorary Chaplain to the Queen, Rev. Dr. Gavin Ashendon, a British Anglican now with a Continuing Anglican jurisdiction, is popular among many Ordinariate members. I came across this  article and link to a video in which he talks … Continue reading

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Podcast with Msgr. Harry Entwistle

What a pleasure it was to meet Msgr. Harry Entwistle, Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross,  over the phone and to prepare and record our latest podcast with him now up on our website, … Continue reading

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The April edition of The Portal is now online

You can reach The Portal via the magazine’s image to your right on the blog.  You’ll see a picture of Msgr. Keith Newton.  Or you can use this link. Ronald Crane has a most interesting interview with Msgr. Keith Newton … Continue reading

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The Ordinariate Chrism Mass

Four or five of us were all set to drive down from Ottawa last week for the North American Ordinariate’s Chrism Mass scheduled for Scranton, Pennsylvania on Mar. 22 But global warming climate change got in the way with a forecast … Continue reading

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Sir George Gilbert Scott, RIP

March 27 is the death day of British Gothic Revival architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott. This is a good day to remind ourselves of the architectural component of the Patrimony: Pugin; Butterfield; Cram; Baker; Luytens; Comper; and Travers, to name a few … Continue reading

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Tail end of the Literary Patrimony?

My review of the new Wrinkle in Time movie has just appeared. It was a terrible film, and a blot on Madeline Engle’s work, for all that her heirs praised it.  As mentioned in my review, “What an anonymous Wikipedia writer declared … Continue reading

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