Archbishop Cordileone in London for meetings on Anglican liturgy

Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone is in London for meetings Jan. 16-18 on developing an historic new liturgy for members of the Anglican Church who are choosing to come into communion with the Roman Catholic Church under an initiative by Pope Benedict XVI.

The archbishop is a member of the Subcommission on the Liturgy for the Anglican Ordinariates, a Vatican advisory group that is in the second year of a three-year effort to create proposals for final action by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and the Congregation for Divine Worship. Archbishop Cordileone contributes canon law expertise to the group, which includes other prelates as well as expert advisers.

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One comment on “Archbishop Cordileone in London for meetings on Anglican liturgy

  1. mlester82 says:

    The Ordinariate sounds like a place that will be true to the Anglo-Catholic tradition as it initially existed without being tossed about by the changing moral views that have swept through the Anglican Communion over the past several decades. It will be interesting to see if the small Charleston group (or the American Ordinariate at all) will get any traction and succeed in spreading the Good News. Perhaps those would be valid additions to the Categories or Sites tracked within this wonderful resource known as TitusOneNine.