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Jeremy, A., Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum Coetibus and personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, Revista Cristianessimo nella Historia 32 (2011) 425-442.
Church leaders said that five traditionalist Church of England bishops have applied to join the ordinariate, and about 30 groups of parishioners are due to cross over from the Anglican Church.
The ordinariate will let married clerics become Catholic priests, in an exception to the Vatican's celibacy rule, but not bishops.
(115) Nelligan officially resigned as Bishop of Pembroke and Catholic Military Ordinariate of Canada on 19 May 1945.
Local reports had it that priests, including Borongan Bishop Crispin Barrete Varquez, the archbishop of the Military Ordinariate of the United States, and the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines Gabriele Giordano Caccia, were told by Presidential Management Staff to clear the plaza.
"It's very humbling, at one level, to realize how much trust has been placed in you by the people of the Ordinariate," Shaw said in an interview.
The church will be dedicated at Lent to the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, a group set up by Pope Benedict XVI in 2011.
Keywords: Circumscription, Anglican communion, particular Church, Opus Del, personal ordinariate, cumulative power, personal prelature.
And if after Vatican II we have largely moved beyond the demonization of the religious other, it still remains true that when the church uses language like that in documents such as the 2000 declaration Dominus Jesus, or creates an "ordinariate" for conservative Anglicans fleeing their church however formally correct these may be they do nothing whatsoever to draw the church and the world closer together.
Several Anglican bishops have already left for the Catholic Church, which has created a dedicated ordinariate to accept Anglican clergymen, even if they are already married.
I only wish some of the members of the Roman Curia had shown a similar courtesy when dealing with the recent offer of a special ordinariate for disaffected Anglo-Catholics wishing to join the Roman Catholic Church.