Monthly Archives: May 2013

Diaconal ordinations in Victoria, B.C.

Three more former Anglican Catholic Church Clergy on their way to ordination as Catholic priests were ordained to the diaconate yesterday in Victoria, B.C. by Bishop Richard Gagnon. Deborah Mullan has lots of pictures here. Congratulations Deacons┬áMichael Birch, Don Malins, … Continue reading

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Today is Canada’s National March for Life

See you there if you are in Ottawa.  

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David Warren reflects on why it took him so long to become Catholic

At the Catholic Thing, via the Catholic Education Resource Centre David Warren starts off talking about his conversion to Anglicanism: To start, as a sudden Christian convert, in England back in 1976, I actually first went looking for a Catholic … Continue reading

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Taylor Marshall on ten reasons why it is hard to become Catholic

Marshall is a former Anglican clergyman. Here’s an excerpt from his ten reasons:   #7 Dealing with marriage, divorce, homosexuality, contraception, abortion Some people have irregular marriages, live homosexual lifestyles, or enjoy the comforts of contraception. It’s painful to allow … Continue reading

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An Irish Ordinariate?

Fr. Stephen Smuts has an intriguing post about efforts in Ireland to get an Irish Ordinariate for Anglo-Catholics and uncovered Fr. O’s blog: Fr. O writes: little by little … The word is getting out about my attempt to provide … Continue reading

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