Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may lay her young, even thine altars, O Lord of hosts, my King, and my God.
I once read a spy novel where the protagonist dug a secret tunnel under a cemetery with the help of Lutheran monks.
Were they albinos?
Not so weird, really. Now if they were old-rite Lutheran monks ...
They're fewer than Anglican monks and nuns but they exist. I think a convent of Swedish Benedictine nuns became Roman Catholic. One abbey limps along in the Church of Sweden as does St Augustine's House in Michigan, with never more than two or three monks at a time, started about 50 years ago by an American, Arthur Kreinheder, who became a Church of Sweden priest. (It's next to a Sylvestrine Benedictine monastery that moved there a year after Fr Arthur got started. The Lutherans' chapel is better.)
You didn't find the mobile fetching? And I thought they were Dominicans - Lutheran Dominicans!!!
if some Anglican Benedictines don't accept B16's offer, they could join up with the Lutheran Benedictines anything but the obvious and true. 'cause we don't want to acknowledge that Martin and Henry got it wrong ...
Henry is the one who got it wrong
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