Arkansas Anglican parish prepares to enter Catholic ordinariate
Catholic World News - August 26, 2011
An Anglican parish in Arkansas is preparing to enter the Catholic Church, as one of the first communities to join an Anglican ordinariate.
St. George Anglican Church is a small parish, with only 17 members. All plan to seek membership in the Catholic ordinariate when it is approved.
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Posted by: AgnesDay -
Aug. 29, 2011 1:06 PM ET USA
This is so exciting! I expect to see hundreds of exasperated Catholics joining the Anglican Use parishioners for worship that is reverent and sound. As when the FSSP came into the diocese, this should have a chilling effect on the heresy and outright nuttiness that flourishes in Catholic parishes. Welcome home.