To All the Faithful in the Diocese of Quincy, PAX! It is with sadness that I write to ask your prayers for the repose of the soul of my dear friend and brother bishop, The Most Rev. Royal Grote, Jr., the Presiding Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church. Bishop Grote died peacefully in his sleep […]
Mis queridos hermanos y hermanas de la Diócesis de Quincy PAX! La Iglesia durante las cuatro semanas anteriores a la Navidad y especialmente los domingos dedica la liturgia de la misa a la contemplación de la primera “llegada” de Cristo a la tierra, de su próxima “llegada” triunfal y la disposición que debemos tener para recibirlo. El […]
Dear brothers and sisters of the Diocese of Quincy, PAX! During the four weeks that precede Christmas, and especially on Sundays, the Church dedicates the liturgy of the mass to the contemplation of the first coming of Christ to earth, to His approaching triumphant coming, and to the disposition that we should have in order […]
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Beginning Sunday, November 27, the First Sunday of Advent, St. Joseph Anglican Church of Springfield is relocating to Chatham, where services will be held at the Villas of South Park at 10:30 AM each Sunday. The new address of the church is: 10000 S. Main Street, Chatham, IL 62629 (map). When it moves, the church […]
We worshiped together We were honored to have ArchBishop Foley Beach visit our Synod and celebrate the opening night Eucharist. Bishop Keith Ackerman celebrated at the Friday evening Requiem for Bishop Donald J. Parsons. We learned together Fr. Michael Strachan, Abbot Luis (Spanish) and Cn. Samuel Lynn (Karen) taught a Bible Study focusing on “Commitment to Jesus.” […]
Rock Island, IL – There is a sound going out from the former northeast corner of the Diocese of Quincy, and it is being heard around the world. Quad Cities Anglican Radio is the brainchild of Father Tom Janikowski (Trinity, Rock Island) and Father Don Sackett (St. Mark’s, Silvis), who began this online ministry this […]
Beloved in Christ, I wish to thank you, once again, for being the Diocese that models the graciousness of being a Catholic Diocese. I remember years ago sitting with several of the “Biretta Belt” Bishops (sorry – Quincy is the last one now) discussing that the Anglican expression is the most gracious expression in the […]