February 05, 2022
February 05, 2022
As another Anglican bishop crosses the Tiber, Gavin Ashenden identifies the Synodal path as the ultimate cause of the recent high-profile conversions to Catholicism
February 05, 2022
The former Anglican Bishop of Chester has become a Catholic during a private ceremony in Scotland. Dr Peter Forster, 71, who retired in 2019, is the fourth Anglican bishop to be received into the Catholic faith in a year, and the fifth in the last two years. He also the second bishop from the Evangelical
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