List of Anglo-Catholic churches

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This is a list of Anglo-Catholic parishes and missions within the Anglican Communion that are considered notable.

Australia[edit]

Parish Location Evidence of Anglo-Catholicity Notes
Holy Trinity, Fortitude Valley Brisbane Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Solemn Mass, Sung Evensong and Benediction, links to Oratory of the Good Shepherd, "Mary Mass" once per month, confessions by appointment, Catholic decorations. "The Trinity buildings are now all classified as heritage and so is the precinct."
St Philip's, Annerley Brisbane Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic with Solemn Mass, links to Franciscans, Catholic decorations. Gardens for reflection and Franciscan buildings attached.
All Saints, South Hobart Hobart Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic, promotes use of Anglican rosary, links to Society of Saint Francis, use of incense in services, has Our Lady of Walsingham shrine, holds Taize services, holds joint Stations of the Cross procession and other activities with local Roman Catholic parish. Heritage listed.[1] Designed by prominent architect Henry Hunter.[2]
Holy Trinity, Mackay Mackay Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Holds Solemn Mass, Stations of the Cross, sung Ave Maria. "Famous in the Mackay district for the beautiful acoustics and architecture."[3]
Christ Church, Brunswick Brunswick Melbourne Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Eucharist celebrated daily; Clergy hear confessions by arrangement; Monthly Benediction of the Sacrament.[citation needed] The church is the oldest church in inner-city Brunswick; an Anglo-Catholic parish since its foundation in 1852, Christ Church is classified by the National Trust of Australia for its distinctive Romanesque building, tower and vicarage. It also houses the National Trust of Australia classified neo-classical organ.
St Bartholomew's, Burnley Burnley Melbourne Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Eucharist celebrated daily except Saturday; Catholic decorations.
St James the Great, St Kilda East East St Kilda, Melbourne Self-identified Anglo-Catholic parish with "full Catholic privileges" - Solemn Mass and the Angelus on Sundays; Low Mass during the week and on Holy Days; regular time for confessions; holy water stoup at the entrance; Stations of the Cross and statues of Christ, the Virgin Mary and other saints in the church. Annual blessing of animals at St Francistide. Links to the Oratory of the Good Shepherd and the home of the Little Company of the Good Shepherd.[4] The parish began in the chapel of St John’s Theological College in East St Kilda at a time when the evangelical wing of the diocese was agitating for its closure in order to establish Ridley College as the principal training institution for clergy. Nonetheless, Archbishop Lowther Clarke accepted the petitions of the chapel congregation to establish a new parish of Tractarian sympathy nearby so a mission church was built and dedicated by 1915. During the 1940s and 1950s St James the Great was known for its observant Sarum Rite. By the 1960s, however, the Western Use and customs became the norm.[4]
St Mark's, Fitzroy Fitzroy Melbourne Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Eucharist celebrated daily bar Friday (except when holy days are on a Friday), annual blessing of animals on St Francis' Day, statue of the Virgin Mary with votive rack at which the Angelus is sung after Sunday High Mass, holy water stoups at the entrance.[5]
St Peter's, Eastern Hill Melbourne City Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Eucharist celebrated daily; Clergy hear confessions by arrangement; weekly Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.[6]
Christ Church St. Laurence Sydney Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Eucharist celebrated daily; Clergy hear confessions by arrangement; weekly Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.[citation needed]
St James' Church Sydney St James' is a church that worships in the High Church tradition, rather than the Low Church style common in the Diocese of Sydney. Festival services at St James' are popular and known for the high standard of liturgy and music. In particular the festival of Easter, Advent Carols, Nine Lessons and Carols, Christmas Eve Midnight Mass and the January orchestral masses are high points of the church's year. Designed by Francis Greenway. Featured on Around the World in Eighty Treasures.
St Luke's, Enmore Sydney Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; "We worship in the style which is sometimes called Anglo-Catholic or High Church. This means we use symbol and ceremony, candles, holy water, incense and colourful vestments. We love processions and singing and as many people as possible taking leadership roles in the worship. Above all, we delight to gather in a circle around the altar to bless the bread and wine which is for us the body and blood of Christ, and to share it together." The organ at St Luke’s Enmore is believed to be the only Australian example of an instrument built by Wordsworth & Maskell of Leeds, UK. The organ builders, Wordsworth & Co., were originally known as Wordsworth & Maskell of Leeds. They built over 160 organs for the northern English counties and over 50 new organs in Leeds. They also exported instruments to India, Newfoundland, Russia, Australia, Canada and the West Indies. Erection of the organ at Enmore began with its unpacking in the church on 17 December 1883 and was completed on 22 December 1883. The formal opening took place on 1 January 1884. A complete restoration was completed in March 2011.

Brazil[edit]

Parish Location Evidence of Anglo-Catholicity Notes
Christ the King, Cidade de Deus Rio de Janeiro Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Holy Trinity, Méier Rio de Janeiro Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.

Canada[edit]

Parish Location Evidence of Anglo-Catholicity Notes
Parish of Millidgeville, St. John the Baptist (Mission Church) and St Clement Saint John New Brunswick Condition of Ancient Trust BCP 1962 Solemn Mass Sunday 10:30 a.m.
St. Cyprian and St. Mary Bell Island Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Luke's Brantford Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Peter's Cathedral Charlottetown Founded in 1869, as a result of the influence of the Oxford Movement, St. Peter's has since continued as a parish in the Anglo-Catholic tradition. Maintains schedule of daily offices (Matins and Evensong) and daily Eucharist; Confessions by appointment; Benediction on major festivals; Latin High Mass once a year on Ascension Day.[citation needed] The attached chapel (All Souls' Chapel) is famous for its design by PEI architect William Critchlow Harris and for the 18 paintings by Robert Harris. All Souls' Chapel was designated a "National Historic Site" in 1994.[citation needed]
St. Paul's Dunnville Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Stephen the Martyr Edmonton Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St James the Apostle Guelph Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
King's College Chapel (at University of King's College) Halifax Maintains schedule of daily offices (Matins, Noonday Prayer, Evensong and Compline) Monday - Friday throughout university term. Midweek masses celebrated Monday - Friday throughout university term. Solemn Eucharist (Western Rite) celebrated weekly.[citation needed]
St. George's Round Church Halifax Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Luke's Hamilton Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church Montreal Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Christ Church Ottawa Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Barnabas, Apostle and Martyr Anglican Church Ottawa Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Barnabas St. Catharines Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Michael & All Angels St. John's Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.[7] Daily Mass, Chapel of Our Lady of Walsingham, monthly Solemn Evensong with Benediction, Weekly Stations of the Cross, Choral High Mass on Sundays.
St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Toronto Weekly Rosary, east-facing Mass, statue of the Blessed Virgin with votive rack at which the Angelus is sung after Sunday High Mass, self-identified Anglo-Catholic parish with strong outreach ministry to the homeless.
Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Toronto Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Church of St. Mary Magdalene Toronto Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Eucharist celebrated every day; clergy hear confessions; holy water stoops at entrances; numerous statues and a large Rood cross dominating the nave. Most noted for its tradition of liturgical music, begun by Canadian composer Healey Willan, who was organist and choirmaster from 1921 through 1968. Willan's contribution is marked by a historical plaque on the building, unveiled by Her Majesty the Queen Mother in 1989. Music traditions have been carried on by Willan's successors, notably Giles Bryant, Robert Hunter Bell, Stephanie Martin and the current interim Director of Music, Andrew Adair. Under Bell's direction, SMM choirs had two international CD releases on the Virgin Classics label of Willan's liturgical music.
St. Matthias Bellwoods Toronto Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Established in 1873, St Matthias was one of the first Anglican churches in Toronto to offer Anglo-Catholic liturgy. Weekly Sunday mass is celebrated using the modern language rite from the Book of Alternative Services. Among many statues there is one with votive lights dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. There are Stations of the Cross, plus a tabernacle located on the old east-facing altar. Devotions are held weekly during Lent, which include Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Mostly known for being the first Anglican church to offer an annual Blessing of Animals service. The hymn tune Bellwoods, sung in many countries to the text "O day of God draw nigh," by the Canadian theologian Robert B.Y. Scott, was written by James Hopkirk, a former organist at St. Matthias and named for the parish. St Matthias also has enjoyed the reputation for being hospitable, friendly, and inclusive. The parish is authorized by the Diocese of Toronto to offer same-gender blessings.
St. Thomas's Anglican Church Toronto Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Mass celebrated every day; clergy hear confessions; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; Nine statues of saints in the reredos behind high altar; holy water stoups at the entrance; reservation of the Blessed Sacrament; statue of Our Lord in the church; weekly rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament in Lent; Society of Mary meets in the church.[citation needed] Designed by noted Canadian Arts and Crafts architect Eden Smith; designated historical site by Ontario Heritage Board.[citation needed]
St. James' Vancouver Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Daily offices and Mass celebrated every day; clergy hear confessions by appointment; Solemn Evensong and Benediction on the last Sunday of the month. Founded in 1881. Current building completed in 1936 and designed by English architect Adrian Gilbert Scott.
St. Barnabas Victoria Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Michael and All Angels Winnipeg Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Holy Trinity Yarmouth Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.

New Zealand[edit]

Parish Location Evidence of Anglo-Catholicity Notes
Saint Michael and All Angels Christchurch Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
All Saints Church, Dunedin Dunedin Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Peter's, Caversham, Dunedin Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Paul's Cathedral Dunedin Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; Uses unleavened bread; Holds confessions by appointment; Incense is used. One of the few Anglo-Catholic cathedrals.
Saint Barnabas Roseneath & Oriental Bay Wellington Self-identifies as Anglo Catholic - Sung High Mass 10:00 am every Sunday
St Alban the Martyr, 443 Dominion Road, Balmoral Auckland Self-identifies as "An Anglican Church in the Catholic Tradition" Sunday 9:30 am Solemn Mass (Sung Eucharist) website http://www.saintalbans.org.nz/

United Kingdom[edit]

Parish Location Evidence of Anglo-Catholicity Notes
St Margaret of Scotland Aberdeen Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Leonard's Church[disambiguation needed] Grimsbury Banbury Affirming Catholicism emphasis. Stations of the Cross; unleavened bread for the Eucharist; incense and candles; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; holy water stoup at the entrance; vestments; pilgrimage to Walsingham.
Christ Church Staincliffe Batley Old fashioned Anglo-Catholic Church; East Facing celebrations; High Mass or Sung Mass on Sundays and greater Feasts.
St. George's Church Belfast Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Alban's Church Birmingham Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Eastward facing orientation of the priest at the altar; unleavened bread for the Eucharist; incense and candles; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; holy water stoup at the entrance.
St Augustine's Church Birmingham Eastward facing orientation of the priest at the altar; unleavened bread for the Eucharist; incense and candles; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; holy water stoup at the entrance; Common Worship Order One in Traditional Language used for Mass.
St. Francis of Assisi Church Bournemouth Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Swithun's, Bridport[clarification needed] Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic,
Church of the Annunciation Brighton Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
All Saints, Clifton Bristol Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Church of St Mary the Less Cambridge Daily Mass; Solemn Mass on Sundays and Red Letter days; Weekly benediction; wards of the Society of Mary, the Guild of All Souls, and the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament. Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Clements Church Cambridge Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Barnabas Church, Old Heath Colchester Very high Church of England. Eastward-facing orientation of the priest at the altar; unleavened bread for the Eucharist; incense and candles; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; holy water stoup at the entrance; Confession available on request. Book of Common Prayer used daily for the Morning and Evening Prayer and also for Mass once a week. Self - identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Michael and All Angels Canterbury Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Mary's Horden Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Helen's Church West Auckland Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St James the Great Darlington Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Michael and All Saints Edinburgh Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass except Monday, weekly confessions, weekly Rosary, weekly Benediction.
Old Saint Paul's Edinburgh Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint Bride's Glasgow Monthly Benediction and Rosary and Votive Mass of Our Lady, incense and candles, traditional language liturgy.
St Wilfrid's Church, Harrogate Harrogate Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Church of St James the Great Haydock Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Peter and St Leonard's Church, Horbury Horbury Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Uses the Modern Roman Missal. A,B,C Resolutions parish. Low mass Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 08:00; sung mass with incense Sunday 10:30. Evening Prayer Sunday, with Benediction on first Sunday of the month. Grade 1 listed building. Architect John Carr, 1794. Crypt wherein John Carr is interred. Replaced Norman Church of St Leonard.
St Mary the Virgin, Great Ilford Ilford Eastward-facing orientation of the priest at the altar during Mass; full vestments including chasuble etc.; use of candles and thurible for incense; servers; prayers for the dead; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; holy water stoup at the entrance; stations of the cross; lady chapel; sung Mass; elevation with bell; reserved sacrament.
Parish Church of St Margaret of Antioch Ilkley Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic and built as Oxford Movement Church. Eastward-facing orientation of the priest at the altar during high Mass; full vestments including chasuble etc.; use of candles and thurible for incense; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; holy water stoup at the entrance; stations of the cross; lady chapel.
Saint Mary Elms Ipswich Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Parish Church of St Mary de Castro Leicester Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint Agnes and Saint Pancras, Toxteth Park Liverpool Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint John the Baptist, Tuebrook Liverpool Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint Paul, Croxteth Liverpool Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Christ the Saviour, Ealing Broadway London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Alban's, Holborn London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
All Saints London Mass thrice daily, confessions heard daily, weekly Benediction of the Sacrament,[8] cell of the Society of Our Lady of Walsingham [9] Grade I Listed Building, designed by William Butterfield with a Lady Chapel by Ninian Comper.,[10] William Lloyd Webber was organist.[11]
The Ascension London Solemn High Mass, Confessions, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, two annual pilgrimages to Walsingham
St Bartholomew-the-Great London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Magnus the Martyr London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Cyprian's London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Matthew's London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St John the Divine London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Michael's London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Mary's London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Pancras Old Church London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Paul's London Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
All Hallows Twickenham London Reserved sacrament, statue of BVM regularly used for devotions, Anglo-Catholic eucharistic practices, incense and benediction in use for holy days. Grade I listed building. Tower, cloister and interior fittings moved from All Hallows Lombard Street, which was designed by Christopher Wren; the new brick basilica was designed by Robert Atkinson. The church also has a Renatus Harris organ.
All Saints' Church Maidenhead Holy water stoops; statues of Virgin and Child and of S. Paul with votive lights/candles; statue of Our Lady of Walsingham; annual pilgrimage to Walsingham; Sunday Mass at 10 with incense; some weekday Masses and a monthly Saturday Mass of Our Lady; stations of the cross.
All Saints Church Narborough Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Leonard's of Newland Newland Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St John the Baptist Norwich Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Mary Magdalen Oxford Liberal Anglo-Catholic. Statues of Virgin and Child; holy water stoops; painting of King Charles the Martyr to the right of altar; stations of the cross; daily prayer and Sunday Eucharist. Oldest parts of the church building date from 1194. Chancel and north aisle redesigned by George Gilbert Scott in 1841-42, making them the oldest example of Victorian Gothic architecture in Oxford.
Pusey House Oxford Holy water stoops; sung services (including weekly compline by candlelight) with incense; daily confession; elements of Latin liturgy; dedication to Edward Bouverie Pusey. Chapel adjoins buildings owned by St. Cross College. "House of Learning and Piety" opened in 1894.
St Michael's, Cornhill Oxford Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Barnabas Church Oxford Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Thomas' Church Oxford Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
University Church of St Mary the Virgin Oxford Liberal Catholic Anglican
St Margaret's Church Prestwich Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
All Saints' Church Reading Very high Church of England. Eastward-facing orientation of the priest at the altar; unleavened bread for the Eucharist; incense and candles; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; holy water stoup at the entrance; Confession available on request. Book of Common Prayer used daily for services, including Morning and Evening Prayer and also for Mass once a week. Self - identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Grade 2 listed building designed by James Piers St Aubyn.
Church of St. Mark Reading Very high Church of England. Eastward-facing orientation of the priest at the altar; unleavened bread for the Eucharist; incense and candles; statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary with votive lights; Confession available on request. Self - identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Grade 2 listed building designed by Montague Wheeler.
St Elisabeth's Church Reddish Solemn Mass, Evensong and Bendiction[citation needed] Grade 1 listed building designed by Alfred Waterhouse. Impressive organ by Hill and Sons. Renowned Choir.
St Matthew's Church Sheffield Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Mary's Church Stamford Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
All Saints St. Andrews Mass celebrated daily, clergy hear private confession.
St Arvans parish church, St. Arvans Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
S. Barnabas' Parish Church Tunbridge Wells Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Adheres to the 'Six Points'. Served by a priest of the SSC. Reservation and Benediction. Under the care of the Bishop of Fulham.
St Helen[disambiguation needed] Hemsworth Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic; adheres to Synod Resolutions A, B and C. Served by a priest of the SSC; Priest is under the authority of the Bishop of Pontefract as opposed to the Bishop of Wakefield. Eastwards-facing altar; tabernacle and monstrance used; mass celebrated daily. Clergy hear private confession. Statues of the Blessed Virgin Mary, St Michael, and the Sacred heart are used around the building. Holy water stoup at main entrance.
Cathedral Church of All Saints Wakefield Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Incense used at celebration of Eucharist.
St Stephen's Woodville Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Worksop Priory Worksop Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
All Saints North Street York Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Mary Magdalene, Sunderland Sunderland The Church is of the Anglo Catholic tradition in the Diocese of Durham and under the Episcopal care of the Bishop of Beverly.[12] In the Church there is a Cell of the Society of Our Lady of Walsingham.
St Olave's Church York Liberal Anglo-Catholic.

United States[edit]

(ordered by state then city)

Parishes Location Image Evidence of Anglo-Catholicity Notes
Church of St. Paul's, K Street (Washington, D.C.) Washington, D.C. Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass, confessions twice weekly.
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church Birmingham, Alabama St Andrews Episcopal Church Birmingham Alabama.jpg Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. NRHP-listed in 1986[13]
St. Mary's Episcopal Church (Phoenix) Phoenix, Arizona SaintMarysEpiscopalPhoenix.jpg Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Mary in Palms Los Angeles, California Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass and Morning Prayer, twice-weekly Evening Prayer, lady chapel with votive candles.
St. Thomas the Apostle Hollywood Los Angeles, California St. Thomas Church from the West.jpg Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass, weekly confessions, weekly Rosary.
St Luke's Church Los Gatos, California Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Matthew's Anglican Catholic Church Newport Beach, California Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Professional choir sings minor propers from the American Missal; incense; 1928 BCP Affiliated with the Anglican Catholic Church
Church of St. Mary Magdalene Orange, California Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Affiliated with the Anglican Catholic Church, which is separate from the Episcopal Church (United States) and the Anglican Communion.
All Saints Episcopal Church San Diego, California Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Sung High Mass with Incense. Society of Mary.
The Church of the Advent of Christ the King San Francisco, California Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist, San Francisco San Francisco, California Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. John's Church (Stockton, California) Stockton, California Anglo-Catholic. Rector is a member of the Society of the Holy Cross, Daily Mass, weekly confessions, Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. Affiliated with the Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America which is separate from the Episcopal Church (United States).
Christ Church, New Haven New Haven, Connecticut Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Headquarters of the U.S. province of the Society of Catholic Priests
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Stamford, Connecticut Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass using Anglican Missal, weekly Evensong and Benediction. NRHP-listed in 1983[13]
St. Michael and All Angels Anglican Church Fleming Island, Florida Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Uses 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Affiliated with the Anglican Catholic Church, which is separate from the Episcopal Church (United States) and the Anglican Communion. http://stmichaelsanglican.wordpress.com/
Episcopal Church of Our Savior Atlanta, Georgia Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
The Collegiate Church of St. Paul the Apostle Savannah, Georgia Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Church of the Ascension Chicago, Illinois Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass, weekly confessions, weekly Rosary.
Episcopal Church of the Atonement and Parish House Chicago, Illinois Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Sung High Mass with incense, Daily Mass, confession at request, sung Angelus on Marian feast days, weekly Rosary, active cell of the Society of Mary, statue of Our Lady of Walsingham, Mary Chapel with statue and votive racks. Noted for its tradition of high liturgical content and sacred music. Designed by architect Henry Ives Cobb. Cornerstone laid in November 1889 and completed in June 1890. NRHP-listed 7/30/09.
St. Paul’s Church by-the-Lake Chicago, Illinois Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church Evanston, Illinois Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
All Saints' Episcopal Church Morton, Illinois Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Paul's Parish, Riverside, Illinois Riverside, Illinois Rooted in the Early Christian tradition of spirituality and liturgy, which developed from English Benedictinism and is known widely as the Anglican expression of Catholicism. Its English-style country church was designed by William Le Baron Jenney and consecrated in 1891.
Episcopal Church of All Saints Indianapolis, Indiana Indyallsaintsnave.jpg Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Sung high mass weekly, said Wednesday mass, occasional evensong and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Mary Chapel with statue and votive rack, Michael Chapel with icon.[14] Site of the first regular ordination of a woman to the priesthood in the Episcopal Church.[15] Cathedral church of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis from 1911-1954.[16]
Trinity Episcopal Church Michigan City, Indiana Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Trinity Episcopal Church[7] Lawrence, Kansas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint Anna's Episcopal Church[8] New Orleans, Louisiana Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.Founded in 1846 in the High Church tradition this tradition continues in its current Anglo Catholic worship. Each Sunday High Solemn Sung Mass using sanctus bells and incense ; Solemnity of Corpus Christi is celebrated; the current Rector is Priest Associate of Our Lady of Walsingham. Several statues of Saints are located in house. Various holy days are observed and including solemnities of the Blessed Virgin.
Church of the Advent Baltimore, Maryland Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Grace and St Peter’s Church Baltimore, Maryland Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.[17]
All Saints' Church Boston, Massachusetts All saints church-2003.jpg Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.[18] Designed by Ralph Adams Cram; NRHP-listed in 1980[13]
Church of the Advent Boston, Massachusetts Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Founded in 1844. Daily Mass. Confessions by appointment. Sunday Masses 8:00 (Anglican Missal) 9:00 Sung Mass (BCP Rite II) 11:15 Solemn Mass (BCP Rite I). Monthly Choral Evensong & Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Stations of the Cross & Benediction weekly during Lent. High Altar reredos gift of Mr & Mrs John (Isabella Stewart) Gardner.
St. John's Episcopal Church (Detroit, Michigan) Detroit, Michigan Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Church of the Redeemer Southfield, Michigan Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint Paul's on-the-Hill Saint Paul, Minnesota Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Strong liturgical tradition, many solemn high celebrations of Eucharist, daily offices during Holy Week. Evensong and sung compline every Sunday. St. Paul's on the Hill was founded in 1854 and is one of the oldest Episcopal Churches in Minnesota.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church (Kansas City, Missouri) Kansas City, Missouri Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Trinity Church Saint Louis, Missouri Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. oldest Anglo-Catholic parish west of the Mississippi, 1865
St Barnabas Church Omaha, Nebraska Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Affiliated with the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter, which is separate from the Episcopal Church (United States) and the Anglican Communion. Founded as an Oxford Movement parish in 1869. http://www.saintbarnabas.net/
Christ Church, Bordentown Bordentown, New Jersey Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint Anthony of Padua Episcopal Church Hackensack, New Jersey Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Grace Church Newark, New Jersey Newark-grace-church.jpg Founded in 1837 as the standard-bearer for Anglo-Catholicism in North Jersey. High Mass with Latin Propers. Weekday Mass. Confessions heard weekly. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament weekly during Advent and Lent. Blessed Sacrament Altar. Marian shrine. Rector is member and chapter convener of The Society of Catholic Priests. 1848 church designed by Richard Upjohn; NRHP-listed in 1972[13]
The Church of the Holy Faith Santa Fe, New Mexico Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.[19]
Saint Mary's Church Amityville, New York Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass.
St. Paul's Cathedral (Buffalo, New York) Buffalo, New York Worship in the High Church tradition , Daily Eucharist, Ad Orientem celebration, incense regularly used, 14th-century altarpiece by Jan Pollack
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (Buffalo, New York) Buffalo, New York Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. NHRP-listed in 2010
Grace Episcopal Church Elmira, New York Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Grace Episcopal Church Middletown, New York Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Church of the Resurrection New York City Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass using English Missal, weekly confessions, weekly Rosary.
Church of Saint Mary the Virgin New York City Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass, confessions weekly, weekly Evensong and Benediction. NRHP-listed in 1990
Church of the Transfiguration New York City Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic NRHP-listed in 1973
St. Ignatius of Antioch Church (New York City) New York City Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. NHRP-listen in 1999
Church of St. Luke in the Fields New York City Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Sunday Sung Mass, Friday Said Mass, Monday-Thursday Morning Prayer.
St. Paul's Carroll Street New York City Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic
Saint Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue New York City Clergy self-identify as Anglo-Catholic. The Rector is SSC. Beginning with the rectorship of John Andrew in 1972, it has followed the Anglo-Catholic tradition within the Episcopal Church that developed out of the Oxford Movement.
Christ Church (Rochester, New York) Rochester, New York Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. NHRP-listed in 2008
St. George's Episcopal Church (Schenectady) Schenectady, New York Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Mass on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Morning Prayer on Saturdays, or Mass in the case of a Festival or Holy Day.
Church of the Saviour (Syracuse) Syracuse, New York Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Weekly Sunday Mass and Wednesday Holy Eucharist.
St. Mary's Church Asheville, North Carolina Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. NRHP-listed in 1994[13]
St Timothy's Episcopal Church Winston-Salem, North Carolina Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Office and Daily Mass celebrated; Ad Orientem celebration, Solemn High Mass, Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament, Confessions.
Saints Peter and Paul Church Portland, Oregon Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint John's Church Norristown, Pennsylvania Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint Clement's Church Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass using English Missal, Weekly Rosary, Weekly Confession NRHP-listed in 1970[13]
St. Mark's Episcopal Church Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic, Mass celebrated daily, weekly confessions, weekly Rosary. NRHP-listed in 1982[13]
Grace Church, Mt. Washington Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh, part of the Anglican Church in North America, not in the Episcopal Church.
Church of the Good Shepherd Rosemont, Pennsylvania Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
The Zabriskie Memorial Church of St John the Evangelist Newport, Rhode Island Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St. Stephen's Church Providence, Rhode Island Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass, monthly Rosary. NRHP-listed in 1973[13]
Church of the Holy Communion Charleston, South Carolina Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Founded in 1846 as an Anglo-Catholic parish. Solemn High Mass with incense Sundays and holy days, daily office & low mass. Anglican Missal with minor propers, adjusted for use with The Anglican Service Book. Reservation and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, monthly Evensong & Benediction, Angelus before/after daily office & after mass on Major Feasts. Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament cell, Society of Mary ward, Society of King Charles the Martyr chapter, Guild of All Souls, Societas Sanctae Crucis priests. Shrines include Our Lady of Walsingham, Our Lady of Ashley Avenue, Saint Charles King and Martyr. http://holycomm.org/
Church of the Good Shepherd Columbia, South Carolina Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Sung High Mass with incense, weekly Rosary, active cell of the Society of Mary, statue of Our Lady of Walsingham with votive rack, Reservation and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. http://goodshepherdcolumbia.org/
St Andrew's Episcopal Church Greenville, South Carolina Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Sung High Masses with incense, Low Mass with incense, sung Angelus on Marian feast days,said Angelus at all other masses, weekly Rosary with Daughters of the King, statue of Our Lady of Walsingham with votive rack,reservation in Tabernacle and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, active Order of St. Vincent of Saragossa.Weekday masses on Tuesday and Wednesday in church or in the Lady Chapel, image/icon of Bl. Charles Stuart, King and Martyr St.Andrew's
Christ Church Chattanooga, Tennessee Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Sung High mass.
St. Vincent's Cathedral Church Bedford, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Affiliated with the Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America, which is separate from the Episcopal Church.
Church of the Holy Cross Dallas, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Church of the Incarnation (Dallas, Texas) Dallas, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Matthias Church Dallas, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Affiliated with the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth (ACNA), which is currently not part of the Episcopal Church.
St. Francis Anglican Church Dallas, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Affiliated with the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth (ACNA), which is currently not part of the Episcopal Church.
Church of the Holy Apostles Fort Worth, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Masses on Sunday and Tuesday, with the Sacrament of Unction offered after Tuesday Low Mass. Morning, Noonday, and Evening Prayer Monday-Thursday. Affiliated with the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth (ACNA), which is currently not part of the Episcopal Church.
St Timothy's Church Fort Worth, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Affiliated with the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter, which is separate from the Episcopal Church (United States) and the Anglican Communion.
Saint Paul's San Antonio, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church Sherman, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass and Office, BVM shrine, weekly Rosary, weekly confessions, High Mass with minor propers on Sundays and Principal Feasts, regular Evensong and Benediction. Current and former rectors SSC. Modeled on the medieval English parish church under the influence of the Ecclesiology movement and Art and Crafts movement of the 19th century, "St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Sherman of 1909 is one of the finest of this generation."[20]
St. Laurence Church Southlake, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Mass, weekly Rosary, weekly confessions, Solemn Evensong on Sundays. Affiliated with the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth (ACNA), which is currently not part of the Episcopal Church.
St James' Church (Texarkana, Texas) Texarkana, Texas Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Daily Office and Daily Mass celebrated, Solemn Mass.
Grace Episcopal Church Alexandria, Virginia Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic. Sung eucharists, incense at Sunday services, reserved sacrament/aumbry, altar lamp, Mary chapel, votive racks. Pulpit and stained glass windows depict leading Anglo-Catholic figures.
St Bride's Episcopal Church Chesapeake, Virginia Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
St Paul's Episcopal Church Seattle, Washington Self-identifies as Anglo-Catholic.
Cathedral Church of All Saints Milwaukee, Wisconsin Daily Mass, confession at request, Angelus or Regina Coeli prayed during Daily Office, host church for the Second Anglo-catholic Congress in 1926. Founded as mission by Bishop Jackson Kemper in 1857. One of the first cathedrals of the Episcopal Church U.S.A.[21]
Grace Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin Daily Mass, weekly confessions, weekly Rosary, annual celebration of Our Lady of Walsingham. One of four churches comprising the Downtown Churches Historic District listed July 17, 2009 on the Wisconsin State Register of Historic Places

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