Toronto Ordinariate Group

The Anglican Ordinariate Group of Toronto will resume meetings on Sundays 2-4 pm at the Newman Centre (89 St George Street ), starting Sunday 11 September, and beginning with Evening Prayer in the chapel.

For more information, go to the group's website.

Author: Fr. Christopher Phillips

Fr. Christopher G. Phillips is the pastor of Our Lady of the Atonement Catholic Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he has served for the past twenty-eight years. He is the founding pastor of the first Anglican Use parish, erected in 1983 under the terms of the Pastoral Provision. Fr. Phillips was ordained as an Anglican for the Diocese of Bristol, England, in 1975. After serving as Curate for three years at St. Stephen Southmead, he returned to the United States and served in two Episcopal parishes in the Diocese of Rhode Island. In 1981 he left the Episcopal Church and moved with his family to Texas, where he was subsequently ordained as a Catholic priest in 1983. Fr. Phillips and his wife, JoAnn, have been married for forty years. They have five children, all grown and married, and three grandchildren.

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  1. Please pray for this group as they begin their formation in preparation for reception into the Catholic Church and also for St. John the Evangelist, Church Calgary, as well as all Anglican Catholic Church of Canada parishes aspiring to achieve full communion with the Church of Rome.

    1. My prayers are being offered for our bretheren loyal to the faith in the Dominion of Canada here in Houston at Walsingham Shrine by the former Adminstrator Fr. Bruce Noble.

      1. Thank you so much, Father. It is so good to know that we are being remembered at the National Shrine – we hope one day to have a Canadian national shrine.

        Good news, Fr. Eric Rodrigues has been appointed Chaplain to the Toronto Group (yet to be officially named). Fr. Eric is the archbishop's chaplain and will oversee the receptions. We look forward for celebration of the Anglican Ordinariate liturgies as soon as these are available.

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