Monday, 14 February 2011

More departures

from the Church of England - Here at the Ordinariate Portal and here, in their own words, at the Anglo-Catholic.

A departure of a different kind from the Church in Wales:
The Very Revd. Dr Richard Fenwick, Dean of St Woolos (St Gwynllyw) Cathedral, Newport, and the nearest thing we have in the Church in Wales to a traditionalist in high office, has been elected as Bishop of St Helena  in the Province of Southern Africa. Congratulations to him and to his family.


  1. Very well done Dr Fenwick. There is nothing for the faithful in Wales other than insults from the likes of the Rt Rev Mr Wilbourne on behalf of His Darkness and the bench sitters. These people had the nerve to say that traditionalists had no need of a replacement Provincial Asst Bishop because they could minister to the faithful themselves. Unfortunately they don't know the meaning of the word.

    Where is the Ordinariate for our friends in Wales so that even more departures can be announced?

  2. I wonder if I might be allowed to offer my own llongyfarchiadau, Mr Deon. Fr Richard is a wise and generous pastor, whose gifts will be put to good use.
    Fr P


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