viernes, julio 22, 2016

Archbishop Boniface Grosvold passed away






Yestarday Archbishop Boniface Grosvold Passed away at 1.00 A. M., in The Hospital of London city, Ontario, Canada. The Latin-American Anglican Church condolences to Grosvold Family, spiritual Brothers and sisters and friends around world.





Archbishop Boniface Grosvold (Canadian citizen) from London, Ontario, Canada (Primate of The Old Roman Catholic Church of Canada and USA) passed away: Our Latin-American Anglican Church mourns the departure to eternity Archbishop Boniface Grosvold (Canadian citizen). We had the historical responsibility of bringing the countries of Latin America the Apostolic Succession of the Old Roman Catholic Church since the city from London, Ontario, Canada. May his soul rest in the peace of God. Our IAL condolences to Grosvold Family, spirtual Brother/Sisters and friends.The Most Rev. Dr. Boniface Grosvold was born on 4 June 1942 in Chester city, Nova Scotia, Canada. As a young man he moved to Province of Ontario (Canada) where he was employed as a church musician and where he discovered Old Roman Catholicism. On 28 October 1969 (Feast of SS Simeon & Jude) he was tonsured and admitted to the minor order of cleric by Archbishop Nelson Dudley Hillyer of the Ontario Old Roman Catholic Church. He at that time took the religious name of “Boniface” and has been known by that name since. During successive Sundays in January of 1970 Bro. Boniface was admitted by +Hillyer to the minor orders of door keeper, reader, exorcist, and acolyte. On Easter Sunday (29 March) 1970, +Hillyer admitted Bro. Boniface to the sub-diaconate. Feeling that his future was in another jurisdiction, Brother Boniface resigned in the summer of 1970 from the Ontario Old Roman Catholic Church and joined Holy Saviour Old Roman Catholic Parish of Niagara Falls, New York, and its bishop-elect Fr. William Mark Plested. On 30 and 31 August 1970 respectively, Boniface was ordained a deacon and a priest by the retired Old Roman Catholic Archbishop of Toronto, the Most Rev’d Earl Anglin Lawrence James (1901 to 1978). On 28 September 1970 Fr. Plested was consecrated bishop for the Old Roman Catholic community in Niagara Falls, NY by +James, and both he and the now Father Boniface based their work there. On 19 January 1972 the work was legally organized by the incorporation in the Province of Ontario of the Old Roman Catholic Church, Diocese of Ontario, which took in also the American Parish of Holy Saviour, which then served as the Pro-Cathedral.





On 20 July 1974, Fr. Boniface was consecrated the auxiliary bishop for the Old Roman Catholic Church, Diocese of Ontario in Holy Saviour Old Roman Catholic Pro-Cathedral by the Old Roman Catholic Archbishop of New England, the Most Rev’d Edward Carleton Payne, assisted by Archbishop William Mark Plested of the ORCC Diocese of Ontario. On 30 November 1974 Bishop Grosvold was enthroned as the second Bishop of the ORC Diocese of Niagarra Falls, New York, and Ontario, in succession to Archbishop Plested. On 11-12 September, 1976, he was elected Metropolitan-Archbishop and Primate. Since October of 1997, the See of the Diocese, also known as the “Old Roman Catholic Church In Canada”, has been in London, ON Canada. On 22 April, 2005, at Spring Convocation, Saint Jude’s Seminary, in conjunction with the Faculty of Theology, Archbishop Grosvold was granted the degree, Doctor of Sacred Theology (S.T.D.). The same degree was awarded upon Archbishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra with whom I start a great friendship/brotherhood and union agreements signed between two sister churches of different denominations but in it heritage. Under the authority of the Latin-American Anglican Church, Archbishop Grosvold was the assistant at the episcopal consecration of the first Anglican Traditionalist Bishop for Colombia and resonsabilidad the acquired the colombian citizen Omar Rojas-Gonzalez being the principal consecrating the Archbishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra (LOndon, Ontario, Canada).



At the Fall Convocation of the Faculty of Theology, he was given the degree, Doctor of Sacred Literature (D.S. Lit.). The Most Rev. Dr. Boniface Grosvold was born on 4 June 1942 in Chester, Nova Scotia. As a young man I Moved to Ontario Where I was employed as a church musician and Where I discovered Old Roman Catholicism. On 28 October 1969 (Feast of SS Simeon & Jude) I was tonsured and ADMITTED to the minor order of cleric by Archbishop Nelson Dudley Hillyer of the Ontario Old Roman Catholic Church. At that time I Took the religious name of "Boniface" and has-been Known by That name since. During successive Sundays in January of 1970 Bro. Boniface was ADMITTED by + Hillyer to the minor orders of door keeper, reader, exorcist, and acolyte. On Easter Sunday (29 March) 1970, + Hillyer ADMITTED Bro. Boniface to the sub-diaconate.



Thursday July 21, 2016, in the morning hours, the Archbishop died in the city of London, Ontario, Canada at 3.00 am The funeral will be held in the same city next Tuesday in the d ela afternoon hours and told with asitencia of bishops, priests and deacons of the Old Roman Catholic Church, Old Catholic Church. Latin-American Anglican Church, Anglican Church of Canada Synod, Reformed Church and Catholic clergymen and friends of the Roman Catholic Church.



May his soul rest in the peace of God....

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