Another Anglican Blog is about three simple things, 'Faith, Theology, and Vocation' in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England. Or at least it this is the idea...
Here you will find homilies, reflections, free liturgical resources, essays, and other things.

About a sinner... 
I'm Father Diego Galanzino, Parish Priest of All Saints, Houghton Regis, in the Diocese of St Albans.

I served my title in Cornwall, in the Diocese of Truro. At the same time I also studied ethics and patrisitcs, producing an MA dissertation on virtue ethics in the writings of St Basil the Great - mainly looking at the interplay of Christian ethics and poverty.
I was also part of the first group of people involved in the Shared Conversations on Scripture, Mission, and Human Sexuality that took place in the Church of England over 2015/16.

My sending parish was St Botolph’s with-out-Aldgate, a place of prophecy and social action in the heart of the City of London. I trained at the finest seminary of Western Christendom, St Stephen's House, Oxford.

My faith journey has brought me to priestly ministry in the Anglican Church from the Roman Church, via Italy, and  London. 

My interests are Virtue Ethics and Patristics (quelle surprise!), Systematic Theology, Baking, Spirituality, a bit of Rugby, History, Liturgy, and J.R.R. Tolkien. Oh, yeah. I have also been spotted on Azeroth. I think all this makes me a bit of a geek...