Events will stream live from the Anglican Use Conference in Arlington, Texas, July 7th through 9th on the Anglicanorum Channel.
The July 7 events will be:
Solemn Evensong and Benediction, St. Mary the Virgin Catholic Church, 5:30 p.m.
First Conference Session, Fr. Larry Covington, 8:00 p.m.
All times are Central Daylight Time (GMT -5). Live streamed events will be recorded for future playback.
The full schedule is available here.
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More information in this article from Catholic.org:
WASHINGTON, DC (Catholic Online) – The 2011 National Conference of the Anglican Use Society begins Thursday evening in Arlington, Texas at Church of St. Mary the Virgin. The general theme for the conference, which runs through noon on Saturday, July 9th, is "Our Patrimony."
This year, the Society welcomes the Ordinary for the newly formed Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in England & Wales, Msgr. Keith Newton, and John Hunwicke, formerly parish priest of St. Thomas the Martyr Church in Oxford and now a member of the Ordinariate in England, as presenters.
Other speakers include Fr. David Jaeger, OFM, of the Antonianum Pontifical University in Rome; Fr. Larry Covington, Pastor of St. Louis the King Church in Austin, Texas; and Dr. William Tighe, Associate Professor of History at Muhlenberg College.
The Most Reverend Kevin W. Vann, Bishop of Fort Worth, will be the principal celebrant and preacher at the conference Solemn Mass on July 8. Bishop Vann serves as an adviser to Cardinal Wuerl for the formation of the Ordinariate in the U.S.
In addition to Catholics, attendees for annual event come from a variety of traditions, including Anglican, Lutheran and other Protestant denominations.
With the beginning of the U.S. Anglican Ordinariate anticipated for the near future, attendees will be eager to hear the latest news on its establishment.
The original purpose of the Anglican Use Society, established in 2003, was to promote the usage of the liturgical practices contained in The Book of Divine Worship and evangelical outreach to members of the Anglican Communion seeking union with the Roman Catholic Church and to promote an understanding of the special pastoral provision initiated by Pope John Paul II.
The Anglican Ordinariate, which was authorized in November 2009, through the apostolic constitution "Anglicanorum Coetibus," expanded the work of the society. They are now cooperating with the initiatives being formulated to address the needs of the new wave of pilgrims currently on the journey into the Church.
Information about the Anglican Use Society and the conference can be found at http://anglicanuse.org/index.htm. The conference can be viewed there in streaming video.