Monthly Archives: July 2019
On the photo His Eminence, The Most Reverend Jose Fernando de Faria, Primate of All South America of The Anglocatholic Church celebrates the Holy Eucharist.
From the Archives of The Anglocatholic Church we see that on March 4th, 2016 there was THE FOUNDATION SYNOD OF THE ANGLOCATHOLIC CHURCH in Tallinn, Estonia. At this Synod Archbishop Dr. Heigo Ritsbek was elected The Patriarch of The Anglocatholic … Continue reading
Thanks to the great translation job of His Eminence, The Most Reverend Dr. Raphael Marie Villiere, DD, Primate of All Europe, the translation of The Revised Code of Canon Law of The Anglocatholic Church is on the website in French … Continue reading
By the decree of His Beatitude, The Most Reverend, MA, MDiv, DMin, LittD, DD, Patriarch of The Anglocatholic Church, elevated His Eminence, The Most Reverend Dr. David Smith, BMus, MMus,DD, Patriarch Coadjutor of The Anglocatholic Church – currently serving as … Continue reading
On the right up you see Canon Law – this is the Revised Code of the Canon Law now legal since June 30, 2019. Click on Canon Law and you see the current legal law of our Church.
Since from July 15, 2019, His Beatitude, The Most Reverend Dr. Heigo Ritsbek, MA, MDiv, DMin, LittD, DD, Patriarch of The Anglocatholic Church has gone for a year for a sabbatical, the ministries of The Anglocatholic Church with full authority … Continue reading
His Eminence, The Most Reverend Dr. Jean Ndjewel, PhD, Primate of All Western Africa of The Anglocatholic Church conducted ordination Mass where two men were ordained Priests in Christ’s One, Holy, Apostolic, and Catholic Church. On the photos: Newly ordained … Continue reading
The Anglocatholic Church ministers in 27 countries in 142 parishes in 10 archdioceses and 17 dioceses with 26 bishops, 211 priests, and 240 deacons – clergy total 477. Total membership is 21,891.