The Anglican Centre in Rome: Corporate Sponsors
We are grateful to our Corporate Sponsors for their encouragement and financial support. They include:
PAX TRAVEL - Journeys of faith - Pilgrimages and retreats for groups large and small.
HEREFORD CATHEDRAL - Hereford Cathedral values its ecumenical links, especially with the Roman Catholic Church of St Francis Xavier, close by.
PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL - Peterborough Cathedral has close links with the local Roman Catholic churches. One former Director (Bruce Ruddock) the Centre is a Residentiary Canon and another (John Flack) a member of the College of Canons.
WESTMINSTER ABBEY - Westminster Abbey values its strengthening ecumenical and inter faith links in particular with Westminster Cathedral.
ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, LONDON - Every day of the year St Paul's Cathdral is glad to welcome visitors from all parts of the world.
CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL - Chichester Cathedral is a delightful medieval cathedral on the South Coast of England and well worth a visit.
LINCOLN CATHEDRAL - Come and visit to discover its wonders for yourself and receive a blessing.
EXETER CATHEDRAL - The Cathedral Church of St Peter Exeter in the South West of England.
BLACKBURN CATHEDRAL - Blackburn is a modern parish church Cathedral consecrated in 1926.
THE TABLET - The Tablet is a Catholic weekly newspaper - reporting on events of significance for nearly 170 years.
THE PARISH OF CHRIST & ST JOHN WITH ST LUKE - the Anglican parish on London’s Isle of Dogs. The congregations of the two churches reflect the diversity of the Island's changing population.
For more on Cathedral Sponsorship, click here.
In the United States and Australia, donors of $1000 or more become members of the Michael Ramsey Society.
The Anglican Centre in Rome is a UK
Charity with a world-wide mission.
The Director: Archbishop Moxon
Associate Director: Revd Marcus Walker
The Anglican Centre in Rome,
Palazzo Doria Pamphilj,
Piazza del Collegio Romano 2,
00186 Roma, Italy.
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