Reluctant Anglicans (Part 5) – Anglican Use of the Roman Rite

By Peregrinus. So if you’ve been following the series of posts, read this part here.

Part 1 here.

Part 2 here.

Part 3 here.

Part 4 here.



The Anglican Catholic Chronicle — ACCC Newsletter (Aug 2012)

The Anglican Catholic Chronicle newsletter of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada for the month of August is out. It has some good news as well!

The summer of 2012 will perhaps be remembered in the ACCC as the summer of ordinations…

Let us continue to pray for vocations that we may have ‘priests to minister in this portion of the Lord’s vineyard and churches complete in the beauty of holiness’.

You can read about this and more by downloading the paper in pdf. here.



Neil Armstrong: RIP

Neil Armstrong: Requiescat in Pace. He died after complications from heart surgery.

The first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong, died today at 82.  He served as a naval fighter pilot in Korea, flying 78 combat missions.  A test pilot after the war, his feats in that field were legendary, combining strong engineering ability, cold courage and preternatural flight skills.  He was accepted into the astronaut program in 1962.  On July 16, 1969, in the middle of the night in Central Illinois, he set foot on the moon.  My father and I, like most of the country, were riveted to the television screen as we watched a turning point in the history of humanity.  He intended to say, “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” It came out: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”  Godspeed Mr. Armstrong on the journey you have just embarked upon.

The Daily Mail has a comprehensive article on this news here.