Saturday, 3 May 2014

opinion

Cole Moreton has interviewed Rowan Williams for The Telegraph I didn’t really want to be Archbishop.

David Meldrum is blogging a series of Lessons On The Way. The latest is 6: Nothing’s that important.

Stanley Hauerwas writes for Together for the Common Good about How to Remember the Poor.

Gareth Hughes offers a spotter’s guide to Anglican dress-up.

Posted by Peter Owen on Saturday, 3 May 2014 at 11:00am BST | TrackBack
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May I respectfully point out to Gareth Hughes that the Reverend Adam Smallbone donned a white chasuble over his more usual cassock-alb and stole when he celebrated the Midnight Mass at St. Saviour's. Alas the dignity of the occasion was much marred by revellers provoking Rev into performing a comic dance at the altar while singing an unauthorised version of the Twelve Days of Christmas.
At my own church the Broderers Guild is currently engaged in making new sets of Eucharistic vestments in all liturgical colours. I'm pleased to say that maniples, to emphasise the Servant ministry, will be included

Posted by: Father David on Saturday, 3 May 2014 at 8:33pm BST

Ah, Rowan Williams!
The finest Archbishop of Canterbury we never had!

It's enough to start believing that aliens possess your body when you cross over into England .............

Posted by: Martin Reynolds on Monday, 5 May 2014 at 5:22pm BST

I hope, Father David, that your vestment makers do not forget the broderie anglaise on the cottas.

Whatever happened to the Sarum Use in your parish?

Posted by: Father Ron Smith on Tuesday, 6 May 2014 at 11:56am BST
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