|Christopher Wren, the architect, may have been inspired by St. Peter's in Rome.|
After supper we went to a parish church of the Anglican Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham. The Anglican Ordinariate is a body of former Anglicans who have entered the Catholic Church and retain some of their Anglican liturgical traditions. The Ordinariate was established after Pope Benedict XVI promulgated the document Anglicanorum Coetibus in 2009. The head of the Ordinariate, Monsignor Keith Newton, told us all about the Ordinariate and answered our questions at his parish located just off Piccadilly Circus, in the theater district.
His talk was so eye-opening and I wish I could repeat it all, but I'm afraid I have to sign off now. As they say here, Cheers!