Monthly Archives: August 2012

Salve Mater

In reflecting upon another subject on another blog (Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy), I found myself picking up Frederick Kinsman’s Salve Mater again, and came to the back of his wonderful little book. Kinsman was the Episcopal bishop of Delaware in the … Continue reading


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The Anglican Itch

The Church of England and the Anglican “communion” have always fascinated me. I received my M.Div. from an Episcopal Seminary, and wrote my dissertation and first book (I am working on several seconds) on bishop John Jewel, the leading theological … Continue reading

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Tonight I will be leading the initial discussion about the Mysteries of the Orthodox Church, covering Baptism, Chrismation, and the Eucharist. It should prove interesting, to say the least. So, in preparation for that, I revisited this great bit from … Continue reading

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St. Nikolai Velimirovch on the Transfiguration

6 August is the great Feast of the Transfiguration. My confessor, Fr. Thomas Edwards sent me this, and I liked it too much not to post it. 1. THE TRANSFIGURATION OF OUR LORD GOD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST In the … Continue reading

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Viva amicitia

I have been quite busy, and thus the lack of posts. Aside from some teaching at my parish (which I have thoroughly enjoyed) I have been busy both reading and writing. I am finishing two essays for publication, one on … Continue reading

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