Traditional Anglo-Papist

26 February 2006

Missal Parishes

I would like to set up a 'World Register' of English/ American/ Anglican Missal parishes who have a presence on the web. I will include these as Links on the blog. So if you stumble across this and you think your parish/congregation should be included, leave a comment with a link to the parish website.

I will place these parishes into two categories: theologically sound (ie anglo-papist) and nice liturgy. Also, any parish which is not strictly Missal but offers a regular Missal Mass will be included under Missal Friendly.

17 Comments:

  • churchoftheadvent.org

    An Anglican Missal parish in Greenwich, Connecticut (USA)
    with a Mission in New York City.
    We belong to the Diocese of the Holy Cross, which is comprised of American congregations belonging to Forward in Faith - United Kingdom.

    By Blogger Fr Robert Bader, at Monday, February 27, 2006 5:03:00 PM  

  • "Fort Worth's Traditional Anglo Catholic Parish"
    St. Timothy's Church
    4201 Mitchell Blvd
    Fort Worth, TX 76119
    (817)536-7856
    www.fwepiscopal.org/st.timothy

    Sunday Masses 8:00 low mass
    9:30 Solemn Mass (beginning with the Asperges and continuing through to the Last Gospel)
    Confessions Sat 10 am
    Weekdays M, W 6 p.m. -- Tu, Th, Sat 9:30 a.m.
    The Very Rev'd Christopher C. Stainbrook SSC

    Note article about our relic of St. Timothy on our web page!

    By Anonymous Fr. Christopher Stainbrook, at Tuesday, February 28, 2006 5:41:00 AM  

  • St. Timothy's uses either the American Missal (Sundays and some Weekdays) or the English Missal (Weekdays and some Holy Days) at all of our masses.
    Fr. Christopher C. Stainbrook, SSC

    By Anonymous Fr. Christopher C. Stainbrook, at Tuesday, February 28, 2006 5:45:00 AM  

  • The Church of the Resurrection, 74th & Park Avenue, New York City, uses The English Missal for all masses. (Parish of the Episcopal Diocese of New York)
    www.resurrectionnyc.org

    By Anonymous thurible, at Tuesday, February 28, 2006 6:00:00 AM  

  • Really Father Marco, you cannot be an Anglo-Papist and use the English/American/Anglican Missal. That would make you an Anglo-Lefebvrist. :-)

    By Anonymous Tony Bartel, at Tuesday, February 28, 2006 6:38:00 AM  

  • St. Matthias Church, Arlington, Virginia, USA, uses The American Missal at all services. We don't have the manpower to manage Solemn Mass, but we celebrate quite a respectable sung Mass with hymns. Every Sunday at 9:00 a.m., midweek holy days as announced.

    By Blogger Steve Petrica, at Tuesday, February 28, 2006 6:54:00 AM  

  • St George's, Columbus, Georgia, USA.
    (Anglican Church in America)
    (Traditional Anglican Communion)
    Anglican Missal in the American Edition at all Masses.

    Sunday:
    0800 Low Mass
    0900 Xn Ed (Church School grades pre-k to middle school), Adult Bible Study)
    1015 Low Mass with hymns (depending on the day, may be Sung Mass or Solemn Mass)
    1130 St Nicholas Choir rehearsal (RSCM choir ages 8-15)
    Wednesdays:
    1800 Low Mass
    1830 Dinner
    1900 Youth B.L.A.S.T., Adult Bible or Book Study, Xn Ed classes grades pre-k to 5)
    Holy Days:
    1800 Mass (depending on day could be Low, Sung, or Solemn)

    By Blogger Fr Richard Sutter, at Tuesday, February 28, 2006 7:04:00 AM  

  • St George's Goodwood, Adelaide, Australia
    The Anglo-Catholic place to be in Adelaide
    English Missal mass most Fridays at 5.15 pm

    By Anonymous Fr Scott Moncrieff, at Tuesday, February 28, 2006 9:32:00 AM  

  • S. Clement's, Philadelphia (ECUSA)
    http://www.s-clements.org

    Sundays
    0800 Low Mass
    1100 Solemn Mass
    1600 Solemn Vespers and Benediction

    Monday, Thursday
    1210 Low Mass
    1730 Evensong

    Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
    0700 Low Mass
    1730 Evensong

    Saturday
    1000 Low Mass
    1730 Evensong

    Mass is celebrated according to the English Missal, with the Roman propers and canon, and the full traditional ceremonies. Sunday Vespers is according to the Anglican Breviary; weekday Evensong is B.C.P. The other offices from the breviary are offered on an ad hoc basis.

    By Blogger Paul Goings, at Tuesday, February 28, 2006 11:36:00 AM  

  • All Saints', North Street* in York and St Luke's, Southport (Diocese of Liverpool) are two of four Church of England parishes that are all-Missal. And there's St Agatha's, Portsmouth, an historic shrine church that's now in the Traditional Anglican Communion, a Continuing group.

    In Galesburg, Illinois, Fr Thomas Janikowski's church, Grace Episcopal, is, last I heard, Missal-friendly with weekday Mass.

    I imagine St Mary of the Angels in Hollywood (ex-ECUSA, now Continuing) is a Missal place.

    As is St James (same) in Cleveland.

    In Philadelphia, again last I heard, St Mark's in Locust Street is Missal-friendly with its daily Mass but an 'Affirming Catholic' (Broad Churchmen dressed up), nice-liturgy place, not really a Catholic one anymore. (They're going for the cultured-gay niche market.)

    *Been there and liked it. A mediƦval church, it's also popular with sarumophile re-enactors of period uses like that of York. (A sometime rector was a friend of Percy Dearmer.)

    By Blogger The young fogey, at Wednesday, March 01, 2006 1:02:00 AM  

  • Church of the Epiphany
    2512 N Beltline Blvd
    Columbia, South Carolina, USA
    Member Forward in Faith International

    A Traditional Anglo Catholic Parish
    Anglican Missal and English Gradual
    Mass 10 am Sun, 6 pm Wed, Noon, Fri

    The Rev'd Canon Craig Young, SSC - Rector
    The Rev'd Fr Paul Sterne, SSC - Asst

    NO SURRENDER OF THE CATHOLIC FAITH
    NO DESERTION OF THE ENGLISH TRADITION

    By Blogger Fr Craig Young, SSC, at Wednesday, March 01, 2006 3:34:00 AM  

  • Fr Kelly has asked me to add stjohnsdetroit.org

    They celebrate weekday Mass from the American Missal. Sunday is 1928 BCP with sung minor propers.

    By Blogger frbader, at Wednesday, March 01, 2006 11:54:00 AM  

  • Saint Alban's Cathedral (Traditional Anglican)
    Diocese of the Eastern United States
    The Anglican Province of America
    3348 West State Road 426 (Aloma Avenue)
    Oviedo, Florida
    www.stalbansfl.com
    1.800.480.1087

    All Masses celebrated with the American Missal/1928 American BCP.
    Sunday Masses: 8 AM and 10.30 AM.
    Weekday Masses: 12 Noon Tuesday, 7 PM Wednesday, 9.30 AM Thursday, 12 Noon Friday, 12 Noon First Saturdays, Holy Days as announced.

    The Most Rev'd Walter H. Grundorf, Dean
    The Rev'd Fr. Chandler Holder Jones, SSC, Sub-Dean

    By Blogger Father Chad, at Wednesday, March 01, 2006 1:03:00 PM  

  • S. John the Evangelist
    Newport Rhode Island
    www.saintjohns-newport.org

    Under the episcopal oversight of The Rt Rev'd Keith Ackerman SSC

    1928 Anglican Missal usage with Daily Office and Daily Mass

    By Anonymous Fr Jonathan Ostman, at Monday, March 06, 2006 7:21:00 AM  

  • St Paul's Anglican Church, 581 Lincoln Avenue, Prescott. 10am Low Mass (American Missal) - 1st Wednesday of the month and some Holydays - e.g. Corpus Christi. The Very Rev. Peter D. Robinson, FSSM, Pector. http://www.prescottanglican.ozonez.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sunday, March 12, 2006 10:46:00 AM  

  • Please do not leave out Saint Alban Church (United Anglican) in York, Pennsylvania. We use the Knott Missal regularly, and celebrate a Latin Mass (Tridentine) on the first Saturdays of each month. See our website at www.salbans.org.

    By Anonymous The Rt. Rev'd Barry E. Yingling, CSSS, at Thursday, May 25, 2006 11:33:00 AM  

  • St. Mary of the Angels Anglican Church
    (Traditional Anglican Communion)
    4510 Finley Ave., Los Angeles, CA
    Church Office (323) 660-2700
    http://www.stmaryoftheangels.org/

    Sunday Schedule
    7:30 am Matins
    8:00 am Low Mass
    9:00 am Children's church school and youth Bible study
    10:00 am Solemn High Mass (baby sitters provided)
    5:00 pm Evensong
    Daily Schedule
    Mon. - Fri.
    11:15 am Matins
    12 noon Mass
    7:00 pm Vespers

    Visit Website or Call for additional activities not listed.
    In Christ,
    Your Brother, Michael

    By Blogger PanzerMarkVI, at Friday, October 16, 2009 12:58:00 PM  

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