Posts Tagged ‘Anglican and Catholic’

Former Archbishop of Canterbury acknowledges debt to Catholics

Thursday, February 25th, 2021
Archbishop of Canterbury acknowledges Catholics

Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has acknowledged a debt to Catholics in a statement published in the Catholic Herald on Feb. 22. Dr. Williams grew up in Wales during the 1950s where “you still couldn’t quite avoid the sense that Catholics were exotic and a bit frightening.” He attended an Anglican parish church in Read more

Anglicans celebrate Eucharist in Catholic cathedral

Thursday, August 20th, 2020
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Last Sunday Dunedin’s Anglicans celebrated their Confirmation Eucharist in St Joseph’s Catholic cathedral after a fire damaged St Paul’s Anglican cathedral earlier in the week. Almost immediately after the fire, two Anglican inner-city churches – All Saints’ Dunedin North and St Matthew’s –  reached out with offers for St Paul’s to join them for worship Read more

Anglican and Catholic parishes working together…Cardinal Dew

Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
anglican and catholic

Cardinal John Dew, the Archbishop of Wellington, says  it’s everybody’s task to build up relationships that can help achieve full, visible communion between the Anglican and Catholic churches. In an interview on Vatican Radio he said Anglican and Catholic parishes in New Zealand are already working together in many practical ways including support for refugees Read more