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June 20 2012 By virtueonline PERTH: Ordination of the Very Reverend Fr Harry Entwistle into the RC Church

Immediately prior to the Ordination Mass, approximately 40 members of the Traditional Anglican Community were received into the Catholic Church by Monsignor Kevin Long. These and many of their friends were also present at the ordination Mass. Fr Entwistle was himself received into the Church at St Charles Seminary last Sunday, where he was also ordained a Deacon by Archbishop Costelloe.

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June 19 2012 By virtueonline TOWSON, MD: Christ the King Anglican parishioners move into Catholic Church

The next day, Sunday, June 24, some 120 of Meek's parishioners are expected to be received into the Catholic Church during a Mass of Confirmation and Reception at Christ the King, located at 1102 Hart Road.

Meeks is part of the first ordination class in history for the new Catholic Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter.

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June 19 2012 By virtueonline A unified Church? Pope gives hope to Anglo-Catholics

A new communion

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June 14 2012 By virtueonline BALTIMORE, MD: Three Episcopal priests to be ordained Catholic

Catania moved to Roman Catholicism in January, along with the Revs. John Anthony Vidal and David Reamsnyder, two colleagues in the Episcopal priesthood. All three are set to be ordained this weekend. Several dozen parishioners who had been pastored by Catania, 40, at Mount Calvary Church on North Eutaw Street for six years have also converted to Catholicism.

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May 31 2012 By virtueonline Former Anglican Priests Make History as First Ordination Class for Ordinariate

Mobile Archbishop Thomas J. Rodi will ordain Venuti a priest on Saturday, June 2, 10 a.m. at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, 2 South Claiborne Street, Mobile, AL 36602, along with four priests for the Archdiocese of Mobile.

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May 29 2012 By virtueonline For the Ordinariate, A Flock of Fathers

According to a Friday announcement from the Houston-based Chair of St Peter and the archdiocese of Mobile, the first priesting for the key papal project will instead take place a day earlier, as a 31 year-old former Episcopal cleric is ordained next Saturday alongside the Alabama church's own quintet of candidates.

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May 08 2012 By virtueonline The Pope's handout to disaffected Anglicans offers a glimpse into his mind

But Fisher House got £2,000, paid in euros. This gift as well as being vastly more, comes in US dollars, the currency of Benedict's major publishers. Might it come from his publishing royalties?

I'd suggest this is about more than money. It gives an intriguing insight into church politics, Benedict's vision of the church, his personal thinking, and the way he perceives Britain.

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May 05 2012 By virtueonline Msgr. Steenson Writes to St. Mary's of the Angels, LA Concerning Ordinariate

1. Catechetical Preparation: While many elements of the Catholic faith are shared among the various traditions Western Christianity, other elements must be learned and fully embraced, as required by the profession of faith that every person makes when coming into full communion with the Catholic Church. The standard we follow is the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

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April 16 2012 By virtueonline CANADA: 2 Anglican bishops to enter RC Church,will become part of US ordinariate

"While the apostolic constitution[Anglicanorum Coetibus] left open the possibility of an ordinariate in Canada, this linking Anglicans in Canada to the United States Ordinariate as a deanery attached to it is a good step for now," said Archbishop Pendergrast.

Founded in 1977, the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada is part of the Traditional Anglican Communion.

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April 09 2012 By virtueonline Indianapolis Anglican Community to Join Catholic Church on Easter Vigil

The Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter is similar to a regular Catholic diocese, but national in scope. Pope Benedict XVI established it on January 1 in response to repeated requests by Anglicans seeking to become Catholic, and appointed Msgr. Jeffrey N. Steenson, a former Episcopal bishop based in Houston, TX, as the leader. Ordinariate parishes will be fully Catholic while retaining elements of their Anglican heritage and traditions, including liturgical traditions.

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