Catholic Ordianriate in the USA
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Former Episcopal priest, Laurence Gipson, who became Catholic in October, says his reaction to the Catholic ordinariate for former Anglicans is one of gratitude.
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  http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/f...dinariate/
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Here is more on the growth of the Personal Ordinariate and its growth in the United States.
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http://www.news.va/en/news/the-personal-...f-st-peter

http://www.usordinariate.org/
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"Catholic Ordinariate"

I was hoping this thread was going to be about Catholics being welcomed into the Church by His Eminence Mueller no-questions-asked the way the Anglicans were.

Looks like we're still excommunicated for not believing Allah=Jesus.
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They carried a story on a parish in our local diocesan paper the other week.  It said something like "Anglicans pursue their traditions in the Catholic Church."  One of the "Anglican traditions" that the story listed was ad orientem mass!  Funny and sad at the same time.  :LOL: :'((
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(12-09-2012, 01:21 PM)Warrenton Wrote: They carried a story on a parish in our local diocesan paper the other week.  It said something like "Anglicans pursue their traditions in the Catholic Church."  One of the "Anglican traditions" that the story listed was ad orientem mass!  Funny and sad at the same time.   :LOL: :'((

If they are High Church Anglican you'll find they are far more Catholic than anything in the Bogus Ordo. The Anglican Church near me is High Church and they have a weekly Rosary and none of the Catholic Churches have that. They have a Corpus Christi procession and the local NO Church doesn't have that either(though they do have liturgical dance at Pentecost). Sadly Anglicans don't have valid orders as the Priests aren't ordained to offer sacrifice for the living and the dead... Wait!! neither are Novus Ordo "Presiders of the Assembly". :crazy:
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