Monthly Archives: January 2016

Litany from Morning Prayer of 1786 U.S. BCP

OGod the Father of heaven: have mercy upon us miserable sinners.     O God the Father of heaven: have mercy upon us miserable sinners. O God the Son, Redeemer of the world: have mercy upon us miserable sinners.     O … Continue reading

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A Continuing Anglican’s view on the Church of England’s decision of disciplinary action against the Episcopalians

Some Catholics have been asking me about this. I, as a High Anglican, surely must have an opinion on the disciplinary action against the Episcopalians, right? The truth is, I really don’t. I am a Continuing Anglican. Some in the … Continue reading

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Praying as the first American Anglicans

Today, I decided to pray the morning prayer in a different way than I normally do. Normally, I pray from the 1928 U.S. BCP. Today, I prayed from the 1786 version. This was before George Washington became President of the … Continue reading

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Pacifist Chess

A new chess variant I came up with and have received some feed-back on. Here is the feed-back. Well first, pacifist chess–replace rooks with dames, and knights with bishops. bilbo21 has commented: “It’s not exactly a pacifist version, just different … Continue reading

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St Charbel Relics

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