Anglicanorum Coetibus Conference, RoundupApr 7th, 2011 | By Andrew Preslar | Category: Unity in the News
At a recent conference in Calgary, Alberta, Fr. Aidan Nichols OP discussed Pope Benedict XVI’s ecumenical vision that led to the Apostolic Constitution, Anglicanorum coetibus. Fr. Nichols also addressed the liturgical dimension of the new Constitution, which invites groups of Anglicans to corporately enter into full communion with the Catholic Church, bringing their distinctive patrimony with them. To this end, various Anglican Ordinariates are in the process of being formed around the world, particularly in Great Britain, the U.S., Canada and Australia.
You can listen to the talks, including a roundtable discussion, at the website of the Ordinariate Group of Our Lady of Walsingham and St John the Evangelist.
Not long after the announcement of this Apostolic Constitution, Called to Communion recorded a podcast, in which Taylor Marshall and I discussed various aspects of Anglicanorum coetibus.