Friday, June 24, 2022

The Sanctity of Life

On this Feast of the Nativity of Saint John Baptist, on which the Supreme Court of the United States returned the abortion issue to the decision of the States, may Christians everywhere resolve to embrace in a renewed way our responsibility for the care of all unborn children and their mothers - which responsibility demands our own commitment and sacrifice for their sake. United to the sufferings of Our Lord Jesus Christ, may we seek to restore a culture of life, love, and family in this nation.




Sunday, June 12, 2022

Our Lady of Walsingham Centenary

Very soon, on 6th July 2022, we celebrate the centenary of the restoration of the Shrine of Our Blessed Lady of Walsingham, the most important Marian devotion in the Anglican Church and in the United Kingdom. The Image of the Most Holy Mother of God was first restored to the parish Church of Saint Mary and All Saints, Little Walsingham, and later translated to the new Shrine building on 15th October 1931. Our Blessed Lady of Walsingham, pray for us! Blessed Alfred Hope Patten, pray for us!




Friday, June 03, 2022

Saint Paul's Church, Melbourne, Florida

A tremendous honour and privilege to confirm and receive 21 new members at Saint Paul's Church, Melbourne, Florida on Sunday 29th May, the largest such class I have personally seen thus far in North America. The Lord is doing wonders at Saint Paul's!











Monday, May 23, 2022

APA and TAC

The Anglican Province of America and the Traditional Anglican Church...







Sunday, May 22, 2022

Saint Barnabas Groundbreaking

The official groundbreaking of the new Saint Barnabas Cathedral Atlanta complex…






APA-TAC Full Communion

The official signing of the Anglican Province of America (APA) - Traditional Anglican Church (TAC) full sacramental communion agreement at Saint Barnabas Cathedral Atlanta.








The Sanctity of Life

On this Feast of the Nativity of Saint John Baptist, on which the Supreme Court of the United States returned the abortion issue to the deci...