By Fr. Wilson (articles ) | June 13, 2003 10:31 AM
While I'm on the subject of the Anglican Use, New Yorkers and those in the tristate area might be interested to know that at 2PM on Trinity Sunday the Anglican Use liturgy will be celebrated (for the first time in NYC, I believe) in St Vincent Ferrer Church on Lexington Ave. A group is gathering there who hope eventually to establish a congregation of the Anglican Use.
Fr Richard S. Bradford, chaplain of the congregation in Boston, will be celebrant.
All are most welcome.
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