Author Archives: The Anglicanorum Coetibus Society

Regular posts on this website are being suspended

When you have read this post, please go to the Anglicanorum Coetibus Society blog and add it to your favourites/bookmarks. Now that the Anglicanorum Coetibus Society blog and the Society’s website are fully up and running, the regular update of … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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From the Four Quarters – Lent 2017

Click here to read the second issue of the newsletter of the Benet Biscop Chapter of Anglican Tradition Benedictine Oblates attached to St. John’s Abbey, Collegeville.

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Walsingham Association at Most Precious Blood

(from the UK Ordinariate website) The branch of the Walsingham Association, based at Most Precious Blood Church at The Borough, London Bridge (www.preciousblood.org.uk ) is now flourishing. Members meet on the first Saturday of each month for Mass followed by … Continue reading

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Monsignor Barnes – Welcome to the Ordinariate

(from Mgr. Edwin Barnes’ blog) Mgr Andrew Burnham (in the Catholic Herald) had some very helpful comments about Philip North and the options before him, There was one sentence, though, that worries me. He suggests that an Anglican Priest seeking … Continue reading

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Monsignor Andrew Burnham writes in the Catholic Herald on Philip North’s withdrawal as Bishop of Sheffield

The CofE’s trajectory is now obvious. Orthodox believers – you’d be very welcome here by Mgr Andrew Burnham, Catholic Herald, 11 March 2017 When the Crown nominated Philip North to be Anglican Bishop of Sheffield, such was the campaign in … Continue reading

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Monsignor Barnes writes on Anglo-Catholic Bishop Philip North

(from Mgr. Barnes’ blog) An Honoured Place What possible right does a Roman Catholic priest of the Ordinariate have to make any comment on events over the fence in the Church of England? I think I have two pretty good … Continue reading

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