Monthly Archives: April 2020
We thank Primate +++ Raphael Marie Villiere, who has sent to us The Order of Holy Mass they use in France, with translation into English. You can see it under LINKS. Thank you very much!
Palm Sunday – at the Chapel of the Cathedral of The Holy Trinity of The Anglocatholic Church in Tallinn, Estonia.
The Anglocatholic Church is around the world in Twenty-Four countries: Angola, Australia, Brazil, Burundi, Cameroon, Canada, Costa Rica, DR Congo, Estonia, France, Gabon, Germany, Haiti, Italy, Kenya, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and United States in nine archdioceses and fourteen … Continue reading
1 When did your spiritual journey begin? I was raised in a family that had a distinctly distant relationship with the Church. However, even as a boy I was drawn to the Church and was formed in the catholic faith … Continue reading
1. When did your spiritual journey began? Please describe. My spiritual journey began when I was a child around the age of 8. At that time, with my reactions as a child, I wanted to be a priest because I … Continue reading
As April 1, 2020 The Members of The College of Bishops of The Anglocatholic Church in good standing (incl. para 23.6 in Code of Canon Law) are: Patriarch Heigo RitsbekPatriarch Coadjutor David SmithPrimate Ian Charles AdrianPrimate Raphael Marie VilliereBishop Emeritus Paul Jacob … Continue reading