Anglican Catholic Church

A New Deacon Ordained

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The Bishop with the new deacon, The Rev Dr Jonathan Munn.

The Bishop with the new deacon, The Rev Dr Jonathan Munn.


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Before the service the Choir rehearse

Before the service the Choir rehearse


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The Archdeacon welcomes the congregation before the service begins

The Archdeacon welcomes the congregation before the service begins


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Presentation of the Candidate

Presentation of the Candidate


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The Ordination

The Ordination


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Deacon Munn is vested with Dalmatic

Deacon Munn is vested with Dalmatic


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The new deacon seeks the Bishops blessing to proclaim the Gospel

The new deacon seeks the Bishops blessing to proclaim the Gospel


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The Gospel

The Gospel


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After the Service

After the Service

Left to Right: Acolyte; Alexei Aneychik, Chairman of the Diocesan Board of Ministry; Canon Don Walker Obl/OSB., ACC Archdeacon; The Venerable Raymond Thompson, (behind) Crucifer; Mr Richard Mulholland, ACC Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the United Kingdom; The Right Rev Damien Mead, The New Deacon; The Rev Dr Jonathan Munn, the Headmaster of Eltham College; Mr Paul J. Henderson, Honoured Guests; The Most Rev Jerome Lloyd, Osjv., and the Rev Andrew Scurr (of the Old Roman Catholic Church), ACC Dean of the Northern Deanery; The Very Rev Charles Johnson, & Acolyte; Jakub Zdarzil. (Thurifer; Mr Roy Hipkiss, was taking the photo!)

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At the Reception, The Bishop blessed a Cope and Stole given to Dcn Jonathan as a gift from the Rochester Parish he is to serve.

At the Reception, The Bishop blessed a Cope and Stole given to Dcn Jonathan as a gift from the Rochester Parish he is to serve.


On Saturday 29th September 2012, being the Feast of St Michael & All Angels, The Right Revd Damien Mead, ordained to the Order of Deacon in the Church of God, Jonathan Malcolm Munn, in the Chapel of Eltham College, Mottingham, Bromley, (By kind permission of the Headmaster and Chaplain).
Church members, family, friends and work collegues of Dr Munn were present for this happy occasion and it was especially nice to see some of the students Dr Munn has or does teach supporting him.
The Most Revd Jerome Lloyd Osjv, Archbishop of the Old Roman Catholic Church, a friend of Dr Munns was present, and sat 'in choir' at the invitation of Bishop Mead.
The Revd Dr Jonathan Munn will serve as Curate of the Parish of Our Lady of Walsingham & St Francis, Rochester, Kent.