Greetings from Canterbury

Rome, Constantinople and Canterbury, Mother Churches?

The Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius was hosted by St. Vladimir’s Seminary for their conference entitled, “Rome, Constantinople and Canterbury. Mother Churches?” This Fellowship, founded in 1928, exists to work and pray for greater understanding and cooperation between Christians, particularly Anglican and Orthodox. Ancient Faith Radio is pleased to present the lectures given at St. Vladimir’s Seminary on June 4-8, 2008. Speakers were:

  • Metropolitan Philip (Saliba) of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America
  • Metropolitan Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia
  • Bishop Hilarion (Alfeyev) of Vienna and Austria, Russian Orthodox Church
  • Bishop Keith Ackerman of the Anglican Diocese of Quincy
  • The Very Reverend Patrick Henry Reardon, Senior Editor, Touchstone Magazine
  • The Very Reverend John H. Erickson, Professor, St. Vladimir’s Theological Seminary
  • The Reverend Richard John Neuhaus, Editor in Chief, First Things Magazine
  • Igumen Jonah Paffhausen, Abbott of Monastery of St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco
  • The Reverend Warren Tanghe, SSC, Chaplain to All Saints’ Sister of the Poor Convent
  • The Reverend Canon J. Robert Wright, Professor of Ecclesiastical History, General Theological Seminary

June 2008

Greetings from Canterbury

Fellowship announcement by Fr. Stephen Platt and a greeting and remarks from Archbishop Rowan Williams of Canterbury (delivered by Canon Jonathan Goodall from the office of the Archbishop)

June 8, 2008 Length: 18:39




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