Monthly Archives: June 2011

Archbp. Williams

Few men can get away with using mutatis mutandis in spoken English, and I appreciate his Grace for being one of them.

The hierarchy and the bourbon laity

Max Lindenman has this on the hierarchy and the laity. It strikes me as vital that we hew to a balanced view of holy orders and ecclesiology, steering between the imagined monster of clericalism (truly terrible it would be if it existed) and the very real and corrosive cloud of what we could call “laicism,” a […]

Fruits of Anglicanorum Coetibus

NLM has video of the first Anglican Use Mass in Canada.


This post is a brief personal introduction and something of a mission statement for this blog. About me, and about this blog I’m Simon; I’m originally from Gloucester, England, and became a U.S. Citizen in 2010. I’ve been married to my lovely wife Vicki since 2003, and we have a son (her biological my adoptive) […]