Anglo-Catholic monks within the north want extra assist from the C of E, the report stated

Anglo-Catholic monks within the north want extra assist from the C of E, the report stated

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Catholic parishes are "held back" by lack of finances and people

The nave of St. Luke in Wallsend, an Anglo-Catholic church in the Newcastle diocese

The nave of St. Luke in Wallsend, an Anglo-Catholic church in the Newcastle diocese

The Church of England should do more to support "growth-oriented" Anglo-Catholic priests in northern dioceses, often held back by lack of money and people, a new report said.

The report “Time to Sow in the North: Report on the Growth of Catholic Churches in York Province” was written by the director of studies at St. John’s College in Nottingham, Rev. Dr. John Tomlinson, authored and contains a foreword by the Bishop of Burnley, Rt. Rev. Philip North.

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