[quote=Lance]You might be talking about the church at this site.
If so they don’t seem to be in Communion with Rome.
They most definitely are not. Thanks for posting the link, I hadn’t looked at their website in a while; they’ve broadened their circle since I looked at it last.
I’m guessing the church to be “St. Athanasius”, as far as I can tell, that’s the only “independent Catholic” church in Leesburg itself. But, they don’t have a website and I haven’t been able to find them listed on the diocesan sites of any of the usual Old Catholic or Independent Catholic Churches; so, they may be a free-standing single entity, although what little I know of them would suggest they are a bit “traditional” for the “theology” the “bishop” was espousing.
“Mid-Atlantic Diocese” is a jurisdictional descriptor that is used by a couple of the smaller independent Anglo-Catholic/Episcopal Churches. (If he was just talking of the “Mid-Atlantic” as the region that his diocese encompassed, rather than the formal name of his jurisdiction, it gets much harder to narrow down.) Take a look at these two gentlemen and see if one of them is the bishop who presided:
Bishop Philip Zampino, Mid-Atlantic Diocese, Charismatic Episcopal Church
Bishop William McClean, Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic States, Anglican Catholic Church
If not, you’ve stumped me , unless you can get his name.