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May they all be One

Click here for One in Christ, my thoughts on Ecumenism, 

here for People of God, my thoughts on Jewish-Catholic issues, 

Click here for an extended discussion with a Byzantine-Orthodox friend on papal authority and its basis in Scripture and the Fathers

Click here for Limits on Papal Authority.

Click here for an essay comparing Catholic and Methodist worship, 

here for an article on the "Anglican Use" in the U.S.A., 

here for my review of the Lutheran-Catholic Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification, 

and here for Justice for All for my own thoughts on the same theme. 

Click here for Go to Hell, my response to the idea that all who do not owe allegiance to the Pope of Rome are damned. 

Click here for a reply to an article concerning the basis of Christian belief by my friend Simon Robinson. 

Click here for Mother of God, some Bible-based thoughts on the role of the Blessed Virgin Mary. 

Click here for Water and the Spirit, a biblical theology of Baptism. 

Click here for some source documents on the late Cardinal Bernadin's Catholic Common Ground initiative.

O blessed Virgin Mary, 
Mother of God and our most gentle Queen and Mother: 
Look down on England, your Dowry, 
and upon us all who greatly hope and trust in you. 
By you it was that Jesus our Saviour and hope 
was given to this world 
and he has given you to us that we may hope still more. 
Plead for us your children, whom you did receive and accept 
at the foot of the Cross, O sorrowful Mother. 
Interceed for our separated brethren, 
that with us in the one true fold, 
they may be united to the chief shepherd, 
the vicar of your Son. 
Pray for us all, dear Mother, 
that by faith fruitful in good works, 
we may all deserve to see and praise God, 
together with you in our heavenly home. 

Amen.