Patristic Lectionary—30 July 2020, Feria after the Seventh Sunday of Trinitytide (Thursday ~ 17th Week in Ordinary Time)

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…

Patristic Lectionary—27 July 2020, Feria after the Seventh Sunday of Trinitytide (Monday ~ 17th Week in Ordinary Time)

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…

The Anglican Patrimony and Reading Scripture in Liturgy

Thoughts After Reading About Olivia de Havilland as a Lector at Paris’s Episcopal Cathedral [The image is of Jean Béraud’s 1890 painting, “Après l’Office à l’Église de la Sainte-Trinité, Noël 1890” (“After the Service at Holy Trinity Church, Christmas 1890”).  Consecration of Paris’s Episcopal cathedral in its current form took place 25 November 1886, which was…

Patristic Lectionary—25 July 2020, St. James, Apostle

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…

Patristic Lectionary—23 July 2020, Feria after the Sixth Sunday of Trinitytide (Thursday ~ 16th Week in Ordinary Time); St. Bridget of Sweden

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…

Patristic Lectionary—20 July 2020, Feria after the Sixth Sunday of Trinitytide (Monday ~ 16th Week in Ordinary Time); St. Apollinaris

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…

A Few Notes on the Anglican Patrimony and Praedicatorial Style

Rather than develop the following into an essay, I simply share a few notes on the Anglican patrimony and preaching style.  Once again, I (Brother John-Bede Pauley, O.S.B.) lay my cards on the table by stating that my understanding of the Anglican patrimony as it has been embraced by the Catholic Church in Anglicanorum Coetibus…

Patristic Lectionary—18 July 2020, Feria after the Fifth Sunday of Trinitytide (Saturday ~ 15th Week in Ordinary Time)

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…

Patristic Lectionary—16 July 2020, Feria after the Fifth Sunday of Trinitytide (Thursday ~ 15th Week in Ordinary Time)

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…

Patristic Lectionary—13 July 2020, Feria after the Fifth Sunday of Trinitytide (Monday ~ 15th Week in Ordinary Time)

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…

Vigil of the Feast of St. Benedict – 10 July 2020

[The images are of a statue of St. Benedict, sculpted by David Holgate.  The statue is on the western wall of the (Anglican) Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity.  The work inscribed on the book—meant to be the Rule of St. Benedict—is the first word of the Rule, Ausculta.  (There is also a…

Patristic Lectionary—9 July 2020, Feria after Fourth Sunday of Trinitytide (Thursday ~ 14th Week in Ordinary Time)

Consonant with both Anglicanism’s and monasticism’s love of patristic theology-spirituality, I occasionally post selections from Durham University’s two-year lectionary for the Divine Office that draws mostly from patristic writings.  The lectionary was initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University).  Click here for the link to…