Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Communio Sanctorum: Invocation of Saints as the Family Prayer of the Church.

Our next special event is Tuesday September 1st at 8pm. Bishop Chandler Jones will be giving a Zoom talk called Communio Sanctorum: Invocation of Saints as the Family Prayer of the Church.
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Thursday, August 06, 2020

The Diaconal Ordination of Creighton Campbell McElveen

The Ordination of Creighton Campbell McElveen to the Sacred Order of Deacons will be celebrated at Saint Barnabas Church, Dunwoody, Georgia on the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saturday 15th August, at 11am. The Ordination Mass will be open to the public. Please join us for this very special event on the major Feast of Our Lord's Mother!


Tuesday, August 04, 2020

Anglican Joint Synods (G4) - Polish National Catholic Church Dialogue

G4/PNCC Press Release:

On July 28th, 2020, the G-4/PNCC Ecumenical Dialogue Group met via Zoom. This took the place of the
scheduled in person meeting that was to be held in Manchester, New Hampshire. Representing the
Polish National Catholic Church were Prime Bishop Anthony Mikovsky, Bishops John Mack and Paul
Sobiechowski, Father Senior Robert Nemkovich Jr., and Fathers John Kowalczyk, Scott Lill and Thomas
Walsh. G-4 members included Bishops Paul Hewett (Diocese of the Holy Cross - DHC), Walter Grundorf
(Anglican Province in America - APA), Chandler Jones (APA), and Brian Marsh (Anglican Church in
America - ACA), and Fathers Robert Bader (DHC), Jonathan Foggin (Anglican Catholic Church - ACC), and Christian Tutor (ACA). Bishop Sobiechowski served as the Dialogue Chairman for this meeting.
Updates were given by the various churches and the Union of Scranton about recent events within their
respective communions and to how they have adapted to the ongoing Covid situation. The Churches
spoke with a united voice about the marginalization of the Church by the media and various elected
officials during this pandemic. The members participating were of one accord affirming that Church is
absolutely essential for the faithful to live out their Catholic Faith and Sacramental lives: especially
during this time of anxiety and pandemic. The dialogue also discussed various ways the Churches can
continue to grow closer together and achieve the unity that our Lord prayed for His Catholic Church.
The next meeting of the G4/PNCC Ecumenical Dialogue will take place in January of 2021 to be hosted
by the G4 Churches.


Anglo-Catholicism in Greensboro, North Carolina

A terrific article featuring Archdeacon Mark Menees and Saint John's Anglican Church, Greensboro, North Carolina.