Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Two new Bishops to be consecrated

SAN ANTONIO 11 April 2012 (ACNS) - Two priests will be consecrated Bishops this year in the Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church, according to the Patriarchal See. The announcements were made in Acta Patriarchalis Sedis earlier this year. Msgr. Harris Rowzie, O.P., will be consecrated in late spring and has been appointed to serve as Metropolitan Archbishop of the Archdiocese of the Southeast. He currently serves as Vicar-General of the Vicariate-General of the Southeast. Msgr. Ryan Lozano will be consecrated at the Convocation of the Court of Saint Mary of Walsingham in November and has been appointed as Auxiliary Bishop and Vicar-General of the Archdiocese of the Southwest. He currently serves as Prefectural Vicar of the Prefecture of the Liturgy within the Patriarchal Curia.

Update: Since this article was released, Ryan Lozano and Harris Rowzie are no longer affiliated with the Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church. In tribunal proceedings, they were deposed, excommunicated, and degraded to the lay state. Property of the Patriarchal See in their custody was not returned as requested.

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