THE MOST HOLY VIRGIN MARY, MOTHER OF GOD AND THE CATHOLIC ANGLICAN CHURCH
The Church in the British Isles was founded by the Blessed Virgin Mary in the year 63 of our era, when she arrived at the island of Glastonbury accompanied by St. Joseph of Arimathea, evangelized the natives of that island, and they built the first Christian temple, and dedicated it to the Virgin Mary.
The holy, catholic and apostolic Church was established in Glastonbury on the same date that St. Peter was martyred in Rome.
This Church is that which later spread to other islands of the British archipelago, to which belonged the Bishops who went out to receive St. Augustine (Not of Hippo) when he arrived in those territories sent by St. Gregory the Great.
The Traditional Anglican Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, maintains the tradition, and the faith, of the One, holy, catholic and apostolic Church, founded by the Blessed Virgin Mary in the British Isles.
We have no connection with the See of Canterbury. We do not use the Book of Common Prayer of the Anglican Church, as it originates from the Protestant Reformation carried out by Thomas Cranmer, at the request of Henry VIII. We reject the political and economic management of the faith of the Church by the rulers of the day.
We worship God with the Venerable Sarum Rite, also known as the LITURGY OF OUR HOLY FATHER SAINT GREGORY or the LITURGY OF THE WESTERN ORTHODOX RITE.
The Traditional Anglican Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary remains faithful to the fervent devotion and love for the Ever Virgin Mary, Mother of God, present from the very origin of the Anglican Catholic Church.
The Virgin Mary, answering YES to God, and accepting to carry in her womb the God-Man, becomes the Living Ark of the Living and Eternal God, in her dwells the Fullness of God's Grace, and in her is fulfilled the promise given by God in Genesis, that the ancient serpent which is the devil, would be defeated by Mary and her Son Christ.
The Catholic or universal Church arrived in England, for the love of the Virgin Mary, so the first Christian temple was built there, and it was dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
Even today there are still vestiges of the first Christian temple built, which was in honor of the Ever Virgin Mary, Mother of God.THE APOSTOLIC EPISCOPAL CHURCH
La Iglesia Episcopal Apostólica (La Santa Iglesia Apostólica y Católica Ortodoxa Oriental), organizada en 1925 y reconocida por los Estatutos del Estado de Nueva York en 1932, es una iglesia cristiana autónoma y totalmente independiente que combina la herencia de la Iglesia Católica Caldea (Iglesia católica oriental en plena comunión con la Santa Sede), de la que es una extensión, con la del anglicanismo tradicional. Por lo tanto, es una de las pocas comuniones que no se formaron por medio de una escisión o división en otro cuerpo de la Iglesia, y es la segunda denominación anglicana conservadora o "continua" más antigua que se formó en los Estados Unidos (la primera, la Iglesia Episcopal Reformada, habiendo sido fundada en 1873).TTHE PROVINCE OF SANTA MARIA VIRGEN
This ecclesiastical Province, which is part of the Apostolic Episcopal Church, arises as an expression of fidelity to the faith, tradition and order of the Anglican Catholic Church established in the year 62 of our era on the British island of Glastonbury, as a result of the evangelizing work of St. Joseph of Arimathea.
We, like the Anglican Catholic Church in its origins, love and profess our devotion and admiration to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God.
We are present in several cities of Ecuador, and also in other countries of Latin America, North America and Europe.
We use in our worship to God the Sarum Use, we do not use the Book of Common Prayer that is proper of the Anglican Reformed Churches, we are Anglican Catholics.
The Sarum Use was the rite used in most of the English territory, until before the Protestant Reformation of Thomas Cranmer and Henry VIII.Ortodoxo en la fe - Católico en la práctica - Anglicano en perspectiva