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Wednesday June 28th 2017

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From the Editor

From the Editor

By Fr. Michael Heidt   Sadly, due to the constraints of budget and space, we were unable to publish the several letters sent to Forward in Christ since the last summer issue. Two concerns were of note; firstly, that this magazine was overly focused on Roman Catholicism in general and the Ordinariate for Anglican converts in [...]

In the News

In the News

Fort Worth Mission Goes Roman? St. Timothy’s, a mission church in the Diocese of Fort Worth, announced its intention to join the Ordinariate, in which converts to the Roman Catholic Church can keep elements of their Anglican identity. In early December, Bishop Iker of Fort Worth responded to the mission’s request, stipulating that the church [...]

Entering the Ordinariate

Entering the Ordinariate

As this is being read, I will have joined others in one of the first groups of US Anglicans being received into the nascent Personal Ordinariates of the Catholic Church. Why would anyone in his right mind want to leave a parish where he has invested over a third of a century, served in key leadership positions, and has many friends? Good golly, [...]

In The News

Suppose they held a Primate’s Meeting and nobody showed up? Would the Anglican non-communion come to a shuddering halt, or would it just carry on? Judging by the results at January’s Primate’s Meeting in Dublin, it’s the latter. 15 Primates failed to attend, 12 of that number doing so in protest at the futility of ongoing [...]