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Jul 7 05 2:05 PM
Jul 7 05 2:34 PM
Quote:I would perhaps suggest that a discussion area be "constructed" on Sacred Liturgy and confine the discussions to liturgical matters as they relate to Ecclesia Anglicana that allow no liturgical bashing, not even of the Novus Ordo, but discussions that highlight differences, point out commonalities, and even gently discuss issues and problems might be appropriate across liturgies in Catholicism, Anglicanism, and Orthodoxy.
Quote:Yes, a little corner to discuss liturgy would be rather nice. How about calling it "the Sacristy" or some such.
Jul 7 05 2:51 PM
Camerlengo & Grand Inquisitor
Quote:I would hope that in the future if Joe does re-open the Chapter House that everyone should be made aware that even though this forum is ecumenical, that at its heart and core, this is basically a stem off of an old Anglican Usage (read ROMAN CATHOLIC) forum and as such not post offensive remarks or attacks or start threads that may call into question core RC doctrine and teachings.
Jul 7 05 2:54 PM
Quote:How about calling it "the Sacristy" or some such.
Jul 7 05 3:24 PM
Jul 7 05 7:15 PM
Quote:Ely Forum looks like it will be unrewarding territory for me as it is too Orthie orientated
Quote:Chapetr House was to talk about liturgy and perhaps a little history
Quote:doesn't have a books section
Jul 7 05 8:53 PM
Quote:As Camerlengo, I should be hard on you and insist that they be said in Latin.
Jul 7 05 9:11 PM
Quote: Yes, a little corner to discuss liturgy would be rather nice. How about calling it "the Sacristy" or some such.
Jul 7 05 10:35 PM
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Jul 8 05 5:05 AM
Quote:Yes, Roberto, it is true that the AU had prominence if only due to the YF being the orphaned child of the defunct, Troll-massacred mother-Forum, the old Canterbury Forum, an outreach of a Roman Catholic AU parish. I would like to point out, however, that Joe wanted to reach out to all of Ecclesiana Anglicana in an ecumenically appropriate way such that it would not be looked upon merely as a subset of the Roman Rite but a stand-alone "system" that has historical existence going back to pre-Reformation times and continuing into the modern world.
Jul 8 05 5:08 AM
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Jul 8 05 6:49 AM
Quote:I just think it might be a wise idea not to post anything that could be taken as an offense against certain core RC teachings.
Jul 8 05 7:18 AM
Quote:Maybe Ely will fail too - I hope not - but each of us learns a little more as we go along. Personally I would like to see Jim and Joe on the management of EF - then we would truly be building on experience and not just trying to reinvent a better wheel. Joe would not have to bear the full responsibility and devote so much time.
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Jul 8 05 12:15 PM
Quote:Seems I was supposed to read something else, too.GKC
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