May 1st, 2017 – deadline for “Shared Treasure” IV.5

By now you may have had a chance to read the first two issues of the journal of the Anglicanorum Coetibus Society, Shared Treasure. If not, they can both be accessed from this website: the link to the first issue can be found in the side bar at the right and the second issue was posted below on March 8th.

By the way, you might find the numbering of these two issues (Volume IV, Numbers 3 and 4) a little confusing, but it was decided to continue the numbering from the former journal, Anglican Embers. All editions of both journals can be found in the archive on the AC Society’s website ( ).

We hope you will agree that the journal is providing an important service to the Ordinariates and Pastoral Provision communities. Already a number of articles have been promised for the next issue, which will appear at Whitsun Embertide. However, if you yourself are interested in doing some serious or scholarly writing on the Anglican patrimony or related themes, you are very welcome to do so.

The deadline for submitting articles for Shared Treasure IV.5 is May 1st, 2017.

And don’t forget to become a member of the Anglicanorum Coetibus Society in order to have immediate access to future issues of the journal and to support the work of the ACS through your subscriptions and donations (for example, the more revenue we have, the more complimentary print copies of the journal we can send out to interested partners, or seminaries, colleges and universities – Catholic and Anglican). The membership form and a means of payment via PayPal or US Dollar check/cheque can be found on the Society’s website (see above).

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