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.
He looks as if he's made of the right stuff - no inane smirk. Let's hope he's a toughie.
Wearing Pugin's old vestments at Oscott is one thing. Overturning the rot is another.Regretably, I've heard that he's no more likely to act as the pope's man than do most of the E and W bishops. Outwardly making satisfactory noises; behind the scenes doing all that can be done to further the magic circle. Let's hope what I've heard is wrong.
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