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He is supposed to be a theologian: but his actions have been theologically incoherent

The Traditional Anglican Communion, which claims 400,000 members, says it will not be joining an ordinariate

His non-appointment as Bishop of Southwark was a prime example of Anglicanism’s inability to think theologically

Una Kroll, ordained a priest in 1997, says ‘God gave me a direct push that I could not resist’

Charles Moore tells Luke Coppen why he has agreed to become a patron of a new group supporting members of the ordinariate

Think of all those great translations of Latin hymns

The Mass of Paul VI is unambiguously sacrificial, not simply a remembrance of ‘the Lord’s Supper’

‘We want to be outward-looking’

The head of the world’s first ordinariate tells Anna Arco that the new structure will have a powerful missionary drive

Archbishop Vincent Nichols praises Dr Rowan Williams for the way he handled the resignations of five Anglo-Catholic bishops

In the words of Cardinal Ratzinger then, ‘what are the English bishops afraid of?’