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Topic: Anglicanorum coetibus

Anglicans urged not to accept Pope’s offer

Catholic group in the General Synod claims that traditionalists will secure new provisions

Kent parish makes first move towards Ordinariate

An Anglican parish in Kent makes the first moves towards joining an Ordinariate in a lay driven initiative

A new idea of the Ordinariate is emerging

It should no longer be seen as a halfway house for disaffected Anglo-Catholics ‘defecting’ from the Church of England

Archbishop appointed to implement US ordinariate

Archbishop Wuerl has been appointed to lead efforts to establish an Anglican Ordinariate in the US

Britain could have an Ordinariate by new year

Only days after the Pope’s visit, Anglican traditionalists meet to discuss the future

Church is enjoying a ‘Benedict bounce’, cardinal tells Pope

Cardinal Keith O’Brien: ‘You have reassured us that Christianity is alive and well in our countries’

Anglican priests tell parishes they are taking path to Rome

Two priests in north London and East Sussex told parishioners last weekend that they were to be received into the Catholic Church

The Anglican Ordinariate will happen; and it will be a blessing for the English Church

But don’t hold your breath: it will take years

An influx of Anglo-Catholics will add to the divisions of the Church

We may be about to witness the first fruits of Pope Benedict’s Anglicanorum coetibus. But not everyone is rejoicing

Synod vote pushes Anglo-Catholics towards Ordinariate

Forward in Faith expects an exodus of ‘thousands’ after General Synod rejects concessions to traditionalists