The Ordinariate has the faculty to celebrate the Holy Eucharist and the other Sacraments… according to the liturgical books proper to the Anglican tradition … so as to maintain the liturgical, spiritual and pastoral traditions of the Anglican Communion within the Catholic Church, as a precious gift nourishing the faith of the members of the Ordinariate and as a treasure to be shared.
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Cardinal Bergoglio made it clear that he values the place of Anglicans in the Church universal.
The new Anglican Archbishop of Armagh, The Most Reverend Doctor Richard Clarke encountered a bit of a surprise when he knocked at the door of his new cathedral…
The only blended Catholic/Episcopal parish in the US must change its worship practice.
“It’s fair to say that the ordinariate hasn’t been a runaway success in Britain. It has about 1,200 members including 60 priests. That may change when the Church of England welcomes women bishops.” – Catherine Pepinster in The Guardian
Religion News Service cites this prayer book, along with the works of William Shakespeare and the King James Bible, as formative influences on the English language.
The hope of resurrection, and faith in God’s promises, were sustaining notes throughout the celebration.
Following up on Fritz’s post below, the resident Episcopalian shares some thoughts about the Great Vigil.
A homily for the Evening Liturgy of the Lord’s Supper.
Editor’s picks of stuff online that was memorable—even outstanding—this Lent.