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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Hell–Annihilation, Salvation of All?

As the Church developed its beliefs in regards to Hell, the East generally preferred to link Hell with the presence of God and the West favored the view of Hell as the absence of God. I do not think 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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Playlist for Mother

I will add songs per her request.

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Divine Mercy Chaplet–Momma Jess and I

Momma Jess and I did the rosary together a while back. This is how we’ll do the Divine Mercy Chaplet: We cross ourselves… Momma Jess takes lead, “You expired, Jesus, but the source of life gushed forth for souls, and … Continue reading

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Self-mortification, miscommunication

I think Mother is having difficulty understanding my recent interest in self-mortification and I hope my good friend Damsel of the Faith does not mind if I borrow from some of her posts in order to qualify some statements. Mother … Continue reading

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Auntie Isabella/Elizabeth, Mother, and Mr. Stubborn

I am probably quite blessed to have two of the most intelligent women acting as a spiritual guide for me right now. Of course, they aren’t doing it alone–they are doing it with the help of God. Isabella calls me … Continue reading

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St Charbel Relics

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