Before entering a Benedictine Monastery, Fr. Antony was on a university staff, lecturing for some years in English literature, then later tutoring in abnormal psychology. After some years as a monk, he transferred to the diocesan priesthood and worked in many parishes, lectured to many groups, and was privileged to be chosen to be chaplain to a group of enclosed Benedictine nuns. In a roller-coaster ride as a priest, he even lived for a while as a hermit – and loved it. He offers only the TLM, which he loves; regards the priests of the Fraternity of St. Peter as his friends; and has faculties from the Archdiocese of Sydney, Australia.
Author: Fr. Antony Brennan
A Simple Priest’s Guide to the New Morality: I Receive, You Receive
According to Fr. Martin, S.J., et al: For a teaching to be really authoritative it is expected that it will be received by the people of God, by the faithful. So you look at something, like, say, the Assumption … …