by Rev. Dwight Longenecker
The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham has now been established in England. By Easter this year, three bishops, sixty priests, and nearly one thousand lay people had left the Church of England to be received into the Catholic Church. Archbishop Donald Wuerl is working with interested parties to establish the ordinariate in the United States, and progress is being made in Canada and Australia for ordinariates to be erected there later this year.
What will be the future of this new ordinariate?
Read on as Fr. Longenecker explores the possibilities for the Anglican Ordinariates in Crisis magazine.
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