Monday, December 28, 2009

Western-rite missions expanding into UK

From Oremus...

Yes, England (which for so many decades seemed to be a land impenetrable to Western Rite Orthodoxy) now has an active W. rite mission, thanks to the labours of Fr. Hieromonk Michael (Mansbridge-Wood) of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, and the protecting omophor of its Metropolitan, Hilarion...

Complete article here.


  1. Thank you for mentioning something happening in our little part of the world. We in Britain don't often feature in the Orthodox blogosphere.

    The St Eanswythe group has existed for a few years now. I had some minor involvement with them in early 2007 when they were still a study society in Kent for non-Orthodox people. Now that Vladyka Mark has given his blessing, they have become a mission parish and are based in Bournemouth. The core people have worked hard to bring things to where they are. I hope that it works well.

  2. I'm always open to finding new blog resources. If there are any website I should be looking at do please send them my way.

    Do you have any more background on the Western-Rite Orthodoxy movement in the UK?