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Tulle

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1999 Burgos-SDC, 2003 Leon-SDC, 2007-2012 Le Puy-SDC, 2014 Burgos-Covarrubias, Camino Ingles 3 times
We have had a wonderful day in Santiago. The weather is good, the town is full of life. It is so nice to meet again pilgrims we saw earlier. But the best experience was the Anglican service held in the parador. A small congregation from four nationalities. And such a blessing to receive communion! Thank you so much to reverend Barbara and to SYates! So nice to meet a forum member live:) You are the second one I have met, Sybille,the first one was Ivar:)
 

tomnorth

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Camino Frances: September 24 - October 31 (2015)
Wil they serve communion to other non-Anglican Protestants? I am Presbyterian. I get irked at not being able to take communion in Catholic services.
 

Peter Fransiscus

Be a Rainbow in someone else's cloud.
Camino(s) past & future
All that we are is the result of what we have thought.
We have had a wonderful day in Santiago. The weather is good, the town is full of life. It is so nice to meet again pilgrims we saw earlier. But the best experience was the Anglican service held in the parador. A small congregation from four nationalities. And such a blessing to receive communion! Thank you so much to reverend Barbara and to SYates! So nice to meet a forum member live:) You are the second one I have met, Sybille,the first one was Ivar:)
It's indeed wonderfull to meet forum members face to face.
And a few day's in Santiago is always nice.

Wish you well, Peter.
 

Tulle

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
1999 Burgos-SDC, 2003 Leon-SDC, 2007-2012 Le Puy-SDC, 2014 Burgos-Covarrubias, Camino Ingles 3 times
Wil they serve communion to other non-Anglican Protestants? I am Presbyterian. I get irked at not being able to take communion in Catholic services.
I don’t know about that. Perhaps you could ask SYates here in the forum.
 

t2andreo

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Camino(s) past & future
C/F: 2013, 2014
C/M: 2016
C/P: 2015, 2017
C/I: 2018
Voluntario: 2014 - 2019
Wil they serve communion to other non-Anglican Protestants? I am Presbyterian. I get irked at not being able to take communion in Catholic services.
Yes, I believe so, ask SYates directly.
 

peterbells

Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sept 2018 (Sarria to Santiago), repeating Sept 2019
Wil they serve communion to other non-Anglican Protestants? I am Presbyterian. I get irked at not being able to take communion in Catholic services.
I recently attended the 10.00 English mass in the cathedral and took HC. Never crossed my mind that I might not be allowed as I am CofE. The fundamental of HC is "do this in rememberance of me". One thing that did stick is that I got the impression that they did not want me dipping wafer in wine (as we can do in my home church), expected to eat first. Positive memory was all singing Amazing Grace together.
 

GettingThere

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Roncesvalles-SdC Apr-Jun 2015
Roncesvalles-Sarria Sep-Oct 2017
C. Frances sections Apr-Jun 2019
Wil they serve communion to other non-Anglican Protestants? I am Presbyterian. I get irked at not being able to take communion in Catholic services.
That certainly seems to be the case from what @SYates describes in this thread: https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/anglican-chaplaincy-in-santiago.55255/ - it is stated (and later in the thread reiterated) that services are open to ALL.

But I am sure @SYates will confirm regarding your specific question about communion - you could PM her through the Forum.
 

tomnorth

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances: September 24 - October 31 (2015)
Yes, I believe so, ask SYates directly.
I recently attended the 10.00 English mass in the cathedral and took HC. Never crossed my mind that I might not be allowed as I am CofE. The fundamental of HC is "do this in rememberance of me". One thing that did stick is that I got the impression that they did not want me dipping wafer in wine (as we can do in my home church), expected to eat first. Positive memory was all singing Amazing Grace together.
That certainly seems to be the case from what @SYates describes in this thread: https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/anglican-chaplaincy-in-santiago.55255/ - it is stated (and later in the thread reiterated) that services are open to ALL.

But I am sure @SYates will confirm regarding your specific question about communion - you could PM her through the Forum.
Thanks for the replies. I will definitely seek this service out when I am in Santiago in March, the good Lord willing.
 

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