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G-4, or, a rose by any other name…

September 21, 2018 by

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“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet.” Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2) Alas (once you start quoting Shakespeare, it has an effect on your own word choices), the Bard may have just got this one wrong. To give some perhaps unneeded context, the […]

SSM Prays for Unity

October 4, 2017 by

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This week, the four largest and most stable of the continuing Anglican jurisdictions are meeting in synod together in Atlanta. As a way of supporting this monumental event, the Society of St Michael encourages all its members and all other Anglicans to pray and offer the Holy Sacrifice with a special intention for intercommunion that […]

Three Streams?

February 24, 2017 by

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Below is a comment I left on Virtueonline’s website, but it was not approved by their “moderator” because it was negative about charismatics. I stand by what I wrote and reproduce it here for your reading and commenting. I’m afraid using the “three streams” approach is both misleading and inaccurate. The historic three “streams” in […]

Important Old Testament Stories

July 15, 2016 by

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In the last few weeks I’ve had a number of events, conversations, and even random thoughts pop into my head, all dealing with one topic: Old Testament stories. As a result of a recent conversation with a brother priest, I found myself thinking about these stories, specifically along the lines of which Old Testament stories […]

Let’s Talk about Evangelism

May 20, 2014 by

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No, seriously. I just finished listening to a two-part podcast over on Ancient Faith Radio, where the speaker detailed his journey from being a Methodist-who-didn’t-go-to-church, through dedicated Calvinist, and to Orthodoxy. Not the Western Rite of Orthodoxy, either, all the way Eastern and ordained a deacon. The first part of the podcast was his journey, […]

Back to Basics

March 9, 2013 by

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Here is the first installment of a class entitled “Back to Basics” that Fr Sutter has taught in a variety of parishes.  Your feedback is coveted. Back to Basics 1 – What is Anglicanism?