The beginning of a specifically Anglican liturgy and culture within the Roman Catholic Church was established in the United States by Pope John Paul II. Since then, Anglican Use parishes have been worshipping in a distinctively Anglican style within several American dioceses. Thanks to Pope Benedict XVI, Anglican converts in the United States and other nations are now able to form into personal ordinariates led by bishops and priests who were previously Anglican clergy. As a result, even more Anglicans seeking full communion with Rome can find a home within the Catholic Church.Reflections on Recent Developments Stephen E. Cavanaugh. 65 The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church Together with The Psalter or Psalms ... For a description of the revision of the 1979 American Prayer Book, see Schnitker, Churcha#39;s Worship, pp. ... 72 A personal prelature, however, is an association of clerics only (see cann.
|Title||:||Anglicans and the Roman Catholic Church|
|Author||:||Stephen E. Cavanaugh|
|Publisher||:||Ignatius Press - 2011|