Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Archbishop welcomes Catholic converts downtown

New Vatican-approved liturgy for former Anglicans used for first time in Vancouver
Father Lee Kenyon (third from left) and Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, stand with Catholics who were formerly Anglicans June 12 in the John Paul II Pastoral Centre. Father Kenyon, a former Anglican minister, came to town from Calgary to celebrate Mass using the Book of Divine Worship, a Vatican-approved translation for Catholic converts from Anglicanism. Alistair Burns / The B.C. Catholic.
For the first time in Vancouver, the Book of Divine Worship (BDW), a Vatican-approved translation of the Mass for Catholic converts from Anglicanism, has been used. Father Lee Kenyon, dean of St. John the Baptist Deanery of the Chair of St. Peter Ordinariate, celebrated the Mass in the John Paul II Pastoral Centre June 12. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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