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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The Emerging Anglican Ordinariate

THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: A local friend just notified me of a project he is working on. He's using Google to put together an interactive map of the United States showing parishes and missions that are likely to become part of the emerging Anglican ordinariate....


View Future Anglican Catholic Ordinariate Parishes & Missions in a larger map


He's asking for some help, and has requested that I pass this on to my readers. If any of you are aware of any parishes, societies, groups, missions or orders that are planning to enter the U.S. Anglican ordinariate, please send the group name and mailing address here, along with how you know this group is likely to enter. This will help him build the map.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

St Columba Parish in Fernley Nevada seeks to enter Anglican Ordinariate

Anonymous said...

You have a pin on the map for the Diocese of Palm Beach County Fl. You need to put in the contact information for the Diocese.

Fr. Vict ro Lopez

Anonymous said...

Here's a parish in Plymouth Michigan, Community of the Good Shepherd, that looks like it will be joining the ordinariate.
http://www.anglicanmichigan.org/