Skip to comments."The Pope's Project" – In US Debut, Rome's "Grand Inqusitor" Talks the Ordinariates
Posted on 02/04/2013 7:21:47 AM PST by marshmallow
In his first American appearance as the Vatican's chief guardian of church teaching, the new CDF prefect Archbishop Gerhard Ludwig Müller delivered the keynote earlier today at a Houston symposium (video) on Anglicanorum coetibus, marking a year since the establishment of the H-Town based ordinariate of the Chair of St Peter.
Under the provisions of B16's 2009 constitution that carved a path for groups of Anglicans to enter the Catholic communion en masse while maintaining aspects of their spiritual, liturgical and juridical heritage, Müller's "Holy Office" is tasked with global oversight of the project, which now encompasses three diocese-like jurisdictions in England, the States and, most recently, Australia. (The 1,600-member US ordinariate likewise encompasses Canada.)
Since last summer's first round of ordinations following an expedited, mostly-online program of priestly formation based at the site of today's conference Houston's St Mary's Seminary the Stateside entity has ordained some 30 priests (most of them married) with just as many in the pipeline to follow
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I’m a little surprised at this description. Can you give some examples?
The title of the article.
Why do you consider this to be “self-serving?”
"Grand Inqusitor" [sic] is tabloid trash talk.
"CDF Prefect Addresses US Ordinariate" works for me.
Actually, I think that his choice of this expression IN QUOTES is an attempt to poke fun at the anti-Catholic media.