OLSC Ordinariate endorses A.C. Society

Today is a good day for the Anglicanorum Coetibus Society: With the very kind permission of it’s Ordinary, the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross has put links to both the Anglicanorum Coetibus Society website and blog on it’s home page.

The Society’s blog has hosted a number of items from the OLSC website, which has in turn has driven up the traffic of the Ordinariates website- so OLSC reciprocated.

The Anglicanorum Coetibus Society is one of those meeting grounds for members of all three Ordinariates, just like the Facebook groups Anglican Ordinariate Informal Conversation Forum and Ordinariate Catholics. Although each Ordinariate is separate, and the communities within are dispersed and in many ways stand alone: the sharing of ideas, information and online fellowship enriches us all- as the saying goes “birds of a feather flock together“.

In this writers personal opinion it would be great if the other two Ordinariates had links to the A.C. Society’s blog and website- but of course that is up to them. But I am sure, in time, we will win them over by being awesome…..

8 thoughts on “OLSC Ordinariate endorses A.C. Society

  1. For nearly two decades, the Society has been a meeting ground, predating Facebook and other social media sites, and predating Anglicanorum Coetibus and the Personal Ordinariates. The then-Anglican Use Society’s annual conferences brought together Anglican Use Catholics, catholic-minded Anglicans of all denominations, and interested others. The newsletter, Anglican Embers, also served as a meeting ground long before Facebook.


    • I of course was referring to current such meeting grounds- and gave them a plug to help build the networks, as not everyone might know they are there to take part in lively discussions on matters concerning the Ordinariates.


  2. It would seem that a close relationship would be beneficial to all. This especially since the Anglican Church is rapidly disintegrating and shows little sign of any progress toward unity. After all, someone has to pick up the undamaged pieces after the final collapse.


  3. Pingback: Our Lady of the Southern Cross, Pray for Us! | Anglicanorum Coetibus Society Blog

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