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Heading to Rome? Will Entire Maryland Episcopal Parish Become Catholic? Comments

The Process which brought the whole parish to this historic moment began with a Vestry retreat in October 2007 where it was decided unanimously that Mount Calvary should explore the possibility of becoming part of the Roman Catholic Church. Since then the All Saints Sisters of the Poor were received into the Catholic Church and the Apostolic Constitution for Anglicans coming into full communion was promulgated.  Continue Reading

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  1. Michael
    4 years ago

    Many blessings to our brothers and sisters in the Lord.

  2. Cyril Methodius
    4 years ago

    The "Katolikos" [Catholic = Universal] Christian faith is totally shared by Melkites, Ukrainian, Polish, Romanian, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Croatian Greek Catholics Maronites, Byzantines, Syro-Malabar, Chaldean as well as the Roman rite Catholics all united with the successor of "Kephas" [Peter]. We all welcome the Anglican Rite followers of Jesus in Baltimore into the fold. "That they may be one" is what our Lord and Savior prayed. Thanks be to God for the reunion of Christians whenever and wherever it happens. Praise be to God and His Divine Son, with the Spirit enlightening all of us followers in Christ's Church.

  3. Carol H
    4 years ago

    GOD Bless Rev Catania and the faithfull Parishoners . Welcome HOME. God is with you.

  4. Tony
    4 years ago

    Awesome!!! May the Lord God continue to bless them on their faith journey.

  5. Jacques
    4 years ago

    The Anglican schism triggered by Henry the VIIIth in England was purely politic. Actually just before it occured there were no specific problems between Rome and the English RCC.
    Henry VIII is dead since long. His motives whichever they were are fully outdated and forgotten. The Anglicans MUST reunite with the Catholics.
    Our holy Pope Benedict has opened the door wide.
    Christians of all countries must unite too because the Ennemy is close at hand and they have to be ready for the battle.

    4 years ago

    May the good lord through the inspiration of the holy spirit who inspired our brothers to take this unanimous decision extend the same grace to others as to tracing their real root as desired by our lord Jesus Christ for us to remain one in Christ Jesus. Amen.

  7. Isaac Livingston
    4 years ago

    I must agree with Mary Anderson. God Bless you all, and may St Michael station his host on either side of this road you now walk.

  8. Mary Andersen
    4 years ago

    God Bless the Rev. Catania and his Parishoners for their faithfulness to our most wonderful God. Praying for you all.

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