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To help to find solutions in certain problems in our Church in Africa, His Beautitude, The Most Reverend Dr. Heigo Ritsbek, MA, MDiv, DMin, LittD, DD, Patriarch of The Anglocatholic Church, established Africa Task Force, which is led by His … Continue reading
Dominus Iesus Encyclica By Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger on behalf of The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith with approval of Pope John Paul II – August 6, 2000
“The Churches which, while not existing in perfect communion with the [Roman] Catholic Church, remain united to her by means of the closest bonds, that is, by apostolic succession and a valid Eucharist, are true particular Churches.” “Therefore, these separated … Continue reading
January 6, 1970 – Bishop Balthazari MtengaJanuary 21, 1943 – Bishop Emeritus Jean Nicholas NgigoeJanuary 21, 1971 – Primate Dr. Martin Lakwey KiprotichJanuary 22, 1972 – Bishop Julio Cesar Diazgranados Fandino February 4, 1954 – Bishop Auxiliary Dr. Richard DickersonFebruary … Continue reading
On July 25, 2020, His Beatitude, The Most Reverend Dr. Heigo Ritsbek, MA, MDiv, DMin, LittD, DD, Patriarch of The Anglocatholic Church, celebrated in his hometown Pärnu, in Estonia, the 70th Birthday of The Reverend Dr. Joosep Tammo, DD, the … Continue reading
On the photo Bishop Julio Cesar Diasgranados and Bishop Jose Luis Diaz Granados Fandino celebrating together The Holy Eucharist in Columbia.
The Anglocatholic Church is around the world in thirty-one countries: Australia, Angola, Argentina, Brazil, Burundi, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, DR Congo, Ecuador, Estonia, France, Gabon, Haiti, Italy, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Peru, Russia, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Switzerland, Tanzania, … Continue reading
Our leader and our future Bishop in Pakistan over our Diocese will be Bishop ElectThe Reverend Father Dr. Insram Younas Sodagar, B.Th.,Th.M., M.Div, D.D.
When the personal account of The Patriarch was hacked, then Facebook account The Anglocatholic Church is in position that we cannot add there anything. So we have opened a new Facebook Page for our Church – Tallinn Patriarchate of The … Continue reading