Trushare Files  No. 195



August 2011



Parish Directory




You are called

Philip North explains the risks involved in following God's Call


The Company of Mission Priests Mark McIntyre, Alex Lane and James Hill introduce the Company under thenpatronage of St Vincent de Paul
Ordination Round-up News and photographs from this year's ordinations
Midsomer Manoeuvres Alan Edwards on crime and punishment
Anglican Patrimony Christopher Trundle on Seventeenth Century literature and Finzi
Anglican Liturgical Patrimony Stephen Keeble on liturgical reform and the 1549 Prayer Book
Rejoice! The Archbishop of Canterbury reflects on the events of the 16th June 2011
The true formula Simon Ellis considers the effects of the Malines conversations
The Sacred Synods Anthony Saville suggests where we went wrong
Relics of the Saints reliquaries from France
An exchange of views Matthew Chinery writes go Glenda Jackson MP
Views, reviews & previews
Art: Owen Higgs on Dutch Landscapes and Treasures of Heaven
Music: John Foster on Matins
Crispin Harrison CR on Charles Marson;
Dewi Hopkinson on John O'Connor
Ian McCormack on G.K. Chesterton;
John Twisleton on Mary Benson;
Robin Ward on Dante
This is my Body Archbishop Vincent Nichols reflects on receiving Holy Communion
Good, God, and the Will Nicholas Turner considers the challenges of the Euthypro Dilemma
The internet and blogging

Simon Cotton on Roman Catholic Blogs as advocates of orthodoxy


FAITH OF OUR FATHERS Arthur Middleton on the benefits of reading spiritual classics
DEVOTIONAL Arthur Middleton on Treasures in the backyard
GHOSTLY COUNSEL Andy Hawes on Media addiction
THE WAY WE LIVE NOW Geoffrey Kirk examines Michael Adie's claims on the ordination of women
BOOK OF THE MONTH Jonathan Baker considers John Betjeman's Anglicanism

Tom Sutcliffe reviews productions of Luise Miller and Tristan and Isolde


Sister Mary Michael on the new convent of the Sisters of the Holy Cross

TOUCHING PLACE Simon Cotton on Le Louroux-Béconnais

30 days




FiF Update

Fr Ivan writes


Sermon Salad: 
an Hors d'oeuvre 
of over three hundred homilies for many occasions



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