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The Heresy of Consubstantiation

​Diocese of Baton Rouge is endorsing outright Heresy

Page 2 in the “Did you know?” section of the “Catholic Commentator” August 2014 addition, states:

“The use of bells during Masses dates to a time when the Mass environment was very different from today. 588 more words

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Unveiling Uganda: Part 10

21/9/14 (Day 17)

I was due early in the morning to meet Titus so he could take me to the cathedral. I was to be presented to the people in all three services, two English and one in the local language, Lugbara. 160 more words


Hampshire Harvest Weekend Scarecrow Competition

4/5 October 2014, Winchester Cathedral

This will be a wonderful event with fun for all the family. Perhaps your church could enter the Scarecrow Competition! To celebrate the environment and caring for God’s Creation the scarecrow must be made from re-cycled and re-used materials – nothing new. 61 more words


Celebrating Together - Service of Celebration

Celebrating Together

October 18th at 12 noon
Winchester Cathedral

For more information or to book a lunch ticket please contact Julia Mourant:

An opportunity to celebrate 20 years of women and men in shared priestly ministry in the Church of England. 397 more words


recent news in the Australian Church

Overnight Pope Francis appointed Bishop Anthony Fisher OP the ninth Archbishop of Sydney. Bishop Anthony will continue to administer the Diocese of Parramatta until he is installed as Archbishop later in the year, most likely in mid-November as there is a maximum two month window by canon law (so no change in the Eucharistic prayer for now!). 1,064 more words

Arizona Bishops Host Info Session for Southern Arizona Clergy

The Rt. Rev. Kirk S. Smith, Episcopal Bishop of Arizona, along with Bishop Gerald Kicanas, Catholic Bishop of Tucson, and Bishop Steven Talmage, Grand Canyon Synod-ELCA, hosted a meeting of over 60 clergy and religious leaders, including nearly 20 Episcopalian priests and deacons, at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Tucson, on August 19. 537 more words