Tag Archives: ordination

No, Priests Are Not Better at Magic than Laypeople

Pretensions don’t mean jack when you actually know what you’re doing. Continue reading

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The Women’s Ordination Debate: Why Both Sides Have Handled It Wrong

When it comes to women’s ordination, both sides of the debate have it WRONG. Continue reading

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Ordinations, Consecrations, and Circumstances I’d Be Willing to Confer Them

People have asked me to ordain them. I’m stingy about it for very good reason. Continue reading

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Thoughts for Holy Thursday

The Last Supper as the beginning, and the Church as the legitimate heir to the Western Mystery Tradition. Continue reading

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