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Welcome

We are a joyfully Catholic community bringing the riches of our Anglican tradition of worship with us into the Church as envisioned by Pope Benedict XVI in his Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus. We are part of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter, the structure established in the United States and Canada for Episcopalians, Anglicans, and other Protestants wishing to enter into communion with Rome. Our Pastor, Father Jürgen Liias – an Episcopal priest for 40 years – was ordained in the Catholic Church in April 2013. You do not have to have had any association with Anglicanism to attend our Masses; all are most welcome to share in our life and fellowship. Learn more about us on these pages, and then please join us as we worship in the Beauty of Holiness and the power of the Spirit!

News & Announcements

A Unique Perspective on Bishop Lopes’ Consecration…and Encouragement

Saint Gregory the Great's Verger had the unexpected pleasure and privilege of meeting Father Christopher Phillips, Pastor of San Antonio's Our Lady of the Atonement Parish while in Houston. Father Phillips' words describing his founding, shepherding, and the growth of that community have been a comfort and encouragement to me, personally, over the first three years of Saint Gregory the Great's existence: it was no surprise to find him a gracious, humble and energetic man of God in person, as his writings suggest. He has just posted his thoughts on the Consecration of Bishop Lopes; do click the link to read this short post highlighting how remarkable this event is — from the perspective of someone who has experienced the organized Anglican Patrimony in the Roman Catholic Church from its very beginning. His words should also bring a real sense of hope and renewed resolve to those communities, like Saint Gregory the Great, just beginning to establish themselves: Father Phillip's parish, founded in 1983 with 18 ex-Episcopalians (some children), is now the largest in the Diocese…

Letter from Father Liias: Our Pre-Lent and Lenten Doings…

Please click the link above to read a letter from Father Liias with important information about our activities during the seasons of Pre-Lent and Lent.

EWTN to broadcast Bishop Lopes’ Consecration live on Tuesday February 2nd

If you are unable to be physically present in Houston for the Consecration of our new Bishop, you can watch it on Tuesday, February 2nd at 8PM EST when it will be streamed live on EWTN as you unite yourself in prayer. Click the link above to watch EWTN's trailer for this historic event.

Ordinariate Expats February Cycle of Prayer

Please follow the link above for the cycle of prayer for February 2016.

Weekly Mass Propers

Order of Service for Ash Wednesday, the First Day of Lent (Feb. 10)

Order of Service for Quinquagesima, the Last Sunday before Lent (Feb. 7)

Order of Service for Sexagesima, the Second Sunday before Lent (Jan. 31)

Order of Service for Septuagesima, the Third Sunday before Lent (Jan. 24)

Order of Service for the Second Sunday of Epiphanytide (Jan. 17)