Our Patrimony – 2011 Anglican Use Conference in Texas

18 11 2010

Hosted by the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Arlington, Texas

An annual gathering of Catholic and Anglican clergy and laity who are interested in Anglicanorum Coetibus and the Ordinariates, congregations, groups and individuals who are concerned to fulfill the Lord’s will that His Church may be one so that the world may believe.

Fr David Jaeger, OFM
, of the Antonianum Pontifical University in Rome; Rt. Rev. Keith Newton, until recently the “Flying Bishop” of Richborough in the Church of England; Rev. John Hunwicke, presently parish priest of St Thomas the Martyr in Oxford; Brother Stephen Treat, O.Cist., of the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Spring Bank, Sparta, Wisconsin; Dr. William Tighe, Associate Professor of History at Muhlenberg College;

The Most Reverend Kevin W. Vann, Bishop of Fort Worth (and adviser to Cardinal Wuerl on the erection of the Ordinariate in the U.S.) will be the principal celebrant and preacher at the conference Solemn Mass on July 8.

The Conference hotel will be COMFORT SUITES, 411 West Road to Six Flags, Arlington, Texas 76011 — which is just three minutes from St Mary the Virgin Church. The availability of a shuttle, and full hot breakfast, is included in the special conference price. Call 817-460-8700 for details, quoting “St Mary the Virgin Catholic Church”.

h/t Anglican Use of the Roman Rite blog