Sunday, March 22, 2020

In a Time of Confusion, ARRCC System Proves Its Resilience

PATRIARCHAL SEE 22 March 2020 (ORCNS) - In a time in which many churches closing their doors to the very people who need spiritual support the most, the primary non-parochial, mission-based model of the Imperial Patriarchate, Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church has proven itself to be resilient, flexible, and highly effective. Indeed, many churches and jurisdictions have mocked the approach used by the Imperial Patriarchate, yet are using the same or similar methods now. The focus is as it is always been, and that is on reaching the most people by the most effective means possible, and making the sacraments available to those who need them. In a time of panic, confusion, and uncertainty, the Imperial Patriarchate, Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church has been able to continue precisely as it did before.

HHE the Florentine Archfather, Don Rutherford I, said, "Our system, which is quite ancient but with the augmentation of modern technology, has proven its worth. It is only as good as the people implementing it, though, and I am most thankful for the highly dedicated clergy and lay workers of the Imperial Patriarchate. In times of difficulty, just as in all times, we must rely first and foremost on the graces given through the Holy Church, the gift of God that we may never be alone."