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Old Jan 24, '10, 4:37 pm
RevDrNorth RevDrNorth is offline
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Default All Saints Sister of the Poor

This is the group of Sisters that left the Episcopal Church along with their priest chaplain. The web site has now been updated to note they are a Roman Catholic Religious Community. They wear traditional habits and it appears they got to keep their convent.

Here is a photo essay done by the Baltimore Sun while they were still Episcopal. Notice the very traditional clothing of the Priest (who I assume is the Chaplain that also left for the Catholic Church).,4891236.flash
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Man is by nature and vocation a religious being. Coming from God, going toward God, man lives a fully human life only if he freely lives by his bond with God.

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Old Jan 27, '10, 1:49 pm
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Default Re: All Saints Sister of the Poor

This is a small aging habited community of a dozen individuals. They would best stay associated with their formerly Anglican chaplain.

I would be very surprised if they receive a flock of RC vocations . There are a lot of other small aging habited communities for candidates to choose from. Also RC applicants aren't going to be familiar with the Anlgican rite unless they are converts. Maybe this small order will attract some of these.
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