Pope Paul VI to the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Michael Ramsey

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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Talks on the Anglican Use and the Ordinariate

The Anglican Use in the Philippines is currently hosted by the University of the Philippines Parish of the Holy Sacrifice through the kindness and generosity of the curate Fr Raymond Arre, the assisting clergy and the parish council. As such we have the obligation to contribute to the parish and student ministry's spiritual activities and formation.

We are considering holding talks on Anglicanism, the Anglican Use, Anglicanorum coetibus and the Ordinariate. The talks will give students a wider appreciation of the diversity in liturgical expressions in the Catholic Church, why there is a need for an Ordinariate and the current ecumenical environment and pastoral approaches of the Holy Father, Benedict XVI.

The talks will be in the first semester of next academic year, most likely in July. Please keep posted for details on this blog.


  1. Hi Carlos, most likely when the next semester starts. As part of the student ministry activities, the students will join us in Evensong. Keep posted for details.


  2. Keep me posted via email Doc Ben so I can announce it on the blog and even attend, finally!


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