Anglican parish ready to join Catholic ordinariate
Catholic World News - October 18, 2010
An Anglican congregation in Folkestone, England, has voted to leave the Church of England and seek incorporation in an ordinariate of the Catholic Church. Their pastor, Father Stephen Bould, expects to join the congregation. The Church of England has deserted traditional Anglo-Catholics, he said, and there is “no longer a corner to be for.”
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