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This blog used to be hosted at Patheos, but I created my own site because I wanted to get away from the increased commercialism. I also wanted to return to the more personal and relational style that I first had when blogging. As the readership increased at Patheos we lost the personal contact. I had to close the comments box because there were simply too many comments to moderate and extremists were using my combox as their soapbox.

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Standing on My Head

“A scene is often most clearly seen when it is seen upside down.” G.K.Chesterton

Cardinal Coco on Anglican Orders

December 14th, 2018|

London's left leaning Catholic paper The Tablet reports here that Cardinal Cocopalmerio-- described laughingly as "one of the Vatican's top legal minds"-- thinks there should be a re-think on Pope Leo XIII's ruling that Anglican orders

What Lucy Saw

December 13th, 2018|

In Prince Caspian Peter, Edmund, Susan and Lucy are drawn from a country railway station in England, to a Narnia that is thousands of years older than when they were there last. (Narnian time, they

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