I know this is not Anglican patrimony, but

My song for today after lots of good news in our parish this morning, including a quick run through of the changes to expect when we start our official Divine Worship in Advent.

 

 

I keep thinking about what Archbishop John Hepworth told our Anglican Catholic Church of Canada synod back in 2010 and I would say about 90 per cent of what he speculated would happen has happened.

So much to be thankful for, to rejoice over.   How wonderful that our beautiful Anglican patrimony—the best of our liturgy, our hymns, and our married priests—-in the Catholic Church.

And we’re growing, too.   Good news all around.

 

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6 Responses to I know this is not Anglican patrimony, but

  1. Paul Nicholls ofs says:

    And the best is yet to come.

  2. Matthew the Wayfarer says:

    yep. Remember it well when it first came out.
    Not so happy in Oshawa. What happened to GOOD SHEPHERD website and HE ANGLICAN USE OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH blog?

    • Rev22:17 says:

      Matthew the Wayfarer,

      You asked: What happened to GOOD SHEPHERD website and HE ANGLICAN USE OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH blog?

      I just located the blog/web site of “The Church of the Good Shepherd” through the list of communities on the ordinariate’s web site.

      And today’s news that the Pope Francis has signed a rescript authorizing Mr. Tilley’s ordination as a Catholic presbyter is certainly good news for this sodality! Once he is ordained, they will be back to normal.

      Norm.

  3. P.K.T.P. says:

    Where is the new Ordinariate Mass text. Why is it not on-line? What’s the big secret? Are there nasty last-minute changes? Are there pleasant surprises? Little else matters. Nobody in his right mind would visit this blog to read Mr. Norm’s ignorant rants. Let’s have something worth reading.

    P.K.T.P.

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