The ancient church, Orthodox, Nazareth

The ancient church, Orthodox, Nazareth

A picture of the ancient church, built into the side of a hill, where the water source of Nazareth is located. At the end of the church is where the water comes out, people sometimes take some with them in bottles. Many people toss an offering into the well so there are many coins and bill from all over the world in there.

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The ancient church, Orthodox, Nazareth

A picture of the ancient church, built into the side of a hill, where the water source of Nazareth is located. At the end of the church is where the water comes out, people sometimes take some with them in bottles. Many people toss an offering into the well so there are many coins and bill from all over the world in there.

‘Anglicanorum Coetibus and the Church of Our Lady of the Atonement…’

Miller, Duane Alexander. 2011. ‘Anglicanorum Coetibus and the Church of Our Lady of the Atonement, the Founding Parish of Anglican Use in the Roman Catholic Church, Feast of St. David of Wales, 1 March 2011′ in Anglican and Episcopal History, Vol 80:3, September, pp 296-305.

In this church review I go through the history of John Paul II’s Pastoral Provision, and the establishment of the Anglican Use in the USA, and the more recent Apostolic Constitution of Benedict XVI, Anglicanorum Coetibus.

Our Lady of the Atonement (San Antonio, Texas) is the founding parish, and by far the largest one, of the Anglican Use in the American Catholic Church. After reviewing the history behind these initiatives, I describe the liturgy and the physical space of our Lady of the Atonement.

Read it at Scribd.

Anglicanorum Coetibus is HERE.