Author Archives: Deborah Gyapong

The renewal of the Shrine at Walsingham

One of our members alerted me to this marvelous interview with the new rector of the England’s national Marian shrine at Walsingham at The Catholic Herald.  I am excited about this because I’m aware of efforts to made better known … Continue reading

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Unraveling a marvelous tapestry?

Once upon a time, I believed all that was necessary for salvation was a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  Knowing that He loved me, died for me, paid the price for my sins was and is Good News.  I knew … Continue reading

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And now for an episode of Anglican Unscripted …

This is timely and interesting: Anglican Unscripted. From pope Francis to Tommy Robinson. Signs of the Times.

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Society member visits Cape Breton

Richard Upsher Smith, Jr. is a former Anglican minister who became Catholic in 2001.  Recently retired as a professor of classics at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, he is a member of the Anglicanorum coetibus Society and has written articles … Continue reading

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On the death penalty and the Catechism

In the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus: Providing for Personal Ordinariates for Anglicans Entering into Full Communion with the Catholic Church it says the following: §5 The Catechism of the Catholic Church is the authoritative expression of the Catholic faith professed by members … Continue reading

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Wise advice in the current crisis

We who belong to the Personal Ordinariates for Catholics of Anglican Patrimony have much to be thankful for.  We have good shepherds who hold the Catholic faith and teach it. We may be small, and poor, and scattered about the … Continue reading

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How do you join the Ordinariate?

On Facebook, a former Episcopalian who had become a Catholic inquired about whether he is eligible for membership in the Ordinariate for Catholics of Anglican Patrimony. The consensus was that he is eligible and should apply even if there is … Continue reading

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