Matthew S. C. Olver (PhD, Marquette University) is Associate Professor of Liturgics and Pastoral Theology at Nashotah House Theological Seminary, Nashotah, WI and a priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. The Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University has named him its Alan Richardson Fellow for 2022-23 academic year. His research focuses in early Latin liturgy, particularly the Roman Rite, as well as Anglican liturgical history. He has published in The Journal of Ecumenical Studies, the Anglican Theological Review, Studia Liturgica, Nova et Vetera, Studia Patristic, Questions Liturgies, Antiphon, Worship, and Ecclesia Orans, and is a regular contributor to Covenant, the weblog of The Living Church. He was a member of the last round of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation in the U.S. (ARCUSA), which produced "Ecclesiology and Moral Discernment." From 2006-13, he was the Assistant Rector at Church of the Incarnation, Dallas (Episcopal) and undertook his previous studies at Wheaton College (literature) and Duke Divinity School (MDiv, magna cum laude). He is married to Kristen and they have two teenagers.

An Analogue to Traditionis Custodes in the Episcopal Church

Fourteen months out from Pope Francis’ Moto Proprio, Traditionis Custodes, the Catholic world continues to discuss, debate, opine, and wonder. The question of more than one authorized rite is one that is not unique to the Latin Catholic Church. It is also happens to be a live question in the church where I serve as a priest and a seminary professor, namely, the Episcopal Church

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