July 30, 2010
by Br. Stephen Treat, O.Cist
For those of you who have not found it yet, I suggest that you take a look at Anglican Patrimony, a new site launched by Fr. Andrew Bartus, curate of the ACA Church of St. Mary of the Angels in Los Angeles. Fr. Bartus is a recent Nashotah House graduate from the Diocese of Fort Worth who was ordained to the diaconate earlier this month.
Fr. Bartus and his fellow contributors will focus on issues concerning the idea of the Anglican Patrimony rather than the nuts and bolts of the Ordinariate or the day-to-day news of its development...
Read the rest of Br. Stephen's article at the blog The Anglo-Catholic.
Visit the new blog at Anglican Patrimony.
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