As a Protestant convert to the Catholic Church, I have found the Anglican Patrimony, as expressed in the Book of Common Prayer and the King James Bible, to be the ‘bridge’ that made my transition between the two opposing sides of Latin Christendom possible.
This issue of the Bulletin on Divine Worship, which seeks to assist the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham's clergy and faithful in the prayerful and reverent celebration of the Ordinariate's distinctive liturgical rites, focuses on the new Commonwealth edition of the Divine Worship - Daily Office.
The U.K. Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham is hosting an hour Facebook Live Q&A on Sunday, Sept. 19, for the new Divine Worship: Daily Office (Commonwealth edition) which is now available from The Catholic Truth Society.
True unity comes from God and is not something created by man, the bishop of the Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter stressed at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
An approved ESV-CE lectionary did not exist at the time the Ordinariates were established. Now the Vatican has approved an ESV-CE lectionary, its adoption should be seriously considered to help advance the Ordinariates mission of ecumenical unity.
Review: What is the Anglican Patrimony? While not the only question addressed in The Anglican Patrimony in Catholic Communion: The Gift of the Ordinariates, the book focuses on how the patrimony is a many-splendored gift in the Catholic Church.
Jonathan Goodall, the Anglican Bishop of Ebbsfleet, announced last week that he will step down from his office on September 8, and that he intends to enter full communion with the Catholic Church. The Pillar interviewed Fr. James Bradley, a former Church of England deacon, now a Catholic priest and Assistant Professor of Canon Law at the Catholic University of America, about how an Anglican becomes Catholic.
The Philippine Independent Church and the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines seek to heal a century of separation; Anglicanorum Coetibus could provide a possible model for realizing ecumenical unity.
Bishop Steven J. Lopes is joining the conference which will feature a diverse array of liturgical scholars and beautiful liturgies reflecting Vatican II’s vision of promoting and restoring sacred liturgy.
Martin Fracker's personal testimony sheds important light for how Ordinariate Catholics can follow four important principles to encourage Baptists and other Protestants to realize ecumenical unity with the Catholic Church through the Ordinariates.
Bishop Steven J. Lopes of the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter is celebrating a Divine Worship Mass and is this year’s keynote speaker at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast events held in Washington, D.C. from September 13-14.