From Anglican Bishop to Catholicism

This week we have former Anglican Bishop of Rochester, who came to the fullness of truth in the Catholic faith, now the Rev. Fr Nazir Ali. He is now a priest in the Ordinariate created by pope Benedict XVI in 2011 and currently teaches at Oxford University, and is president of OXTRAD and continues to contribute towards unity.

He has a profound story of how he once was working as Anglican Bishop to help Catholics and Anglicans reach unity, which facilitated his conviction to cross the tiber himself.

This is an episode not to be missed and a rich story which will leave you amazed.


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