by James Goodness
After becoming a Catholic, an Episcopalian clergyman who wishes to be ordained as a Roman Catholic priest must petition the Vatican for permission under the Pastoral Provision.
Archbishop John J. Myers, as delegate for the Pastoral Provision in the United States, administers the program in the United States. The petitioner must be sponsored by a Catholic bishop who is willing to ordain him for service to his diocese...
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