Musings about Tradition in the Catholic Church in England and Wales, and an attempt to collect essays and articles which would appear in a Catholic press which exercised critical solidarity with the Hierarchy.
A friend has sent me a cutting from his parish bulletin alerting me to the fact that St Michael's Church in Bishops Cleeve in Gloucestershire is now "legally" a joint Catholic-CofE Church.
He has also pointed out that the current Catholic PP is somewhere in the Basil Loftus wing of the contemporary Church in England and Wales.
But things change, and Clifton is a Diocese with a rather large number of Extraordinary Form-celebrating priests.
You are probably beginning to get my drift ...
An Ordinariate-rite Mass might be considered to be an ecumenical "step too far": so might "conjectured Sarum". But the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite is freely available to all priests and should be considered uncontroversial. I wonder what happens when the PP is away and the Diocese provides a supply priest? I wonder what will happen when "fr Peter" moves?