The Reverend Barry A. Lewis, O/OSB, Rector
E-mail: [email protected]

Schedule of Services
8:45 a.m. - Sunday School
9:00 a.m. - Mass
10:30 a.m. - Mass and Healing Service

All Saints Anglican Catholic Church
Thirty Years "Worshiping the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness"

A Booklet of History and Remembrance

Getting to All Saints

Map to All Saints

Janesville Our Lady of Walsingham Shrine

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What We Do in Church and Why!
For what ever reasons, there is a great deal of misconception and misinformation about what
a Catholic in general, and Anglican Catholics in particular, do in Church. Making the sign of the Cross,
genuflecting and bowing, lighting candles, asking for the prayers of the Saints; it's all rather confusing
and even frightening to people from non-catholic backgrounds.

The following is a series of six tracts which we hope will dispel concerns that people may have
and even help them to see how beautiful and how positive the Catholic Christian faith can be.
The titles of these tracts are:
1. Making the sign of the Cross.
2. Genuflecting and bowing.
3. Lighting a candle.
4. Burning Incense.
5. Anointing with oil.
6. Asking the prayers of the Saints.

About the Anglican Catholic Church
The ACC Original Province Web Site
The ACC - a brochure

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