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February 22 2011 By virtueonline Our Family Is Growing

However when the Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI graciously released Anglicanorum coetibus in November that same year, the ALCC did not immediately respond as others did. Instead the ALCC, being of Lutheran heritage, praised God for the apostolic constitution and for the gift offered to our Anglican brothers and sisters; but continued to wait with the blessed hope that our petition too, would soon be granted.

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February 16 2011 By virtueonline Statement from Bishop Campese on New Pro-Diocese

At a meeting on 1 June 2010, the House of Bishops and the Executive Council of the Anglican Church in America approved a unified approach designed to provide full support for parishes and clergy who have indicated their desire to enter the proposed Ordinariate, once established, while simultaneously providing for the ongoing pastoral care of all members of the ACA. The meetings were conducted and concluded in the spirit of mutual harmony and Christian love.

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February 13 2011 By virtueonline 84 Groups of Anglicans on the Map for a Viable U.S. Ordinariate

More groups seem to be on the way in the three countries we have on the board and Australia is yet to come.

Most of you know that I am usually reluctant to speculate, but I thought a quick look at some statistics might be reassuring to those who worry about what the future might hold.

Let's take a look at what these numbers might mean in the United States.

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February 09 2011 By virtueonline TAC Archbishop Issues Statement on ACA Situation in North America

In a pastoral response to their difficulties, I have established with their consent a grouping of clergy, parishes and individual faithful who have made a firm intention to join the United States Ordinariate on its establishment. I have appointed Bishop David Moyer as my representative for this purpose, and have more recently appointed Bishop Louis Campese to the pastoral oversight of those coming from his Diocese into the Ordinariate.

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February 05 2011 By virtueonline KANSAS CITY: Anglicans, Catholics to discuss 'Becoming One'

"Becoming One" will be hosted by Father Ernie Davis, a former Episcopalian priest who was ordained into the Roman Catholic priesthood in 2002. Administrator of St. Therese Little Flower Parish, Father Davis has celebrated a weekly Anglican Use Mass at the parish, beginning with a community of Anglicans who were received into full communion with the Roman Catholic Church in 2008

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February 04 2011 By virtueonline WASHINGTON: Catholic Church querying US Anglicans for possible ordinariate

"We're hearing from those Anglican communities and those Anglicans who wish to explore more fully what the ordinariate will mean and who wish to be a part of it," the cardinal told CNA in a Jan. 31 interview.

The first step is to respond to all U.S. Anglicans who have indicated an interest in the ordinariate and to learn more about them.

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February 03 2011 By virtueonline Anglican Catholics out to evangelise

"We've got to get rid of the idea that all we're interested in is preserving some ideal form of Anglicanism. We're there to bring others to know and love the Lord and be united to the Church. That's what it's about," Bishop Entwistle told The Record.

"We will be a part of the full Catholic Church, and like the rest of the Catholic Church our mission is to bring others into the Church, into a relationship with God.

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January 30 2011 By virtueonline AUSTRALIA: Dissident Anglicans step closer to Rome

The prominent Sydney barrister John McCarthy, QC, has been briefed to advise the main dissident group of conservatives, the breakaway Traditional Anglican Communion, on constitutional and legal issues arising from the historic move. Advertisement: Story continues below

"Certainly the exercise has never been done before, not since the Reformation," he said.

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January 30 2011 By virtueonline AUSTRALIA: Dissident Anglicans step closer to Rome

The prominent Sydney barrister John McCarthy, QC, has been briefed to advise the main dissident group of conservatives, the breakaway Traditional Anglican Communion, on constitutional and legal issues arising from the historic move. Advertisement: Story continues below

"Certainly the exercise has never been done before, not since the Reformation," he said.

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January 30 2011 By virtueonline AUSTRALIA: Dissident Anglicans step closer to Rome

The prominent Sydney barrister John McCarthy, QC, has been briefed to advise the main dissident group of conservatives, the breakaway Traditional Anglican Communion, on constitutional and legal issues arising from the historic move. Advertisement: Story continues below

"Certainly the exercise has never been done before, not since the Reformation," he said.

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