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Chaplaincy of St Mary the Virgin (in France)


193 route d’Héricourt
Hautot Saint Sulpice, France,   76190


Father Anthony Chadwick
(0033) 235 963036



a blog founded in 2012 and dealing with issues at an accessible level, also reflecting Fr Chadwick’s personal life (sailing, travel, music, etc.).



- a website dedicated to the liturgy, the Use of Sarum in particular, and housing The Blue Flower.


Facebook Group

- a Facebook group to join, dedicated to sharing information and sources about the Use of Sarum.

Use Of Sarum Facebook Group


- a journal dedicated to Romantic philosophy and culture.

The Blue Flower

Profile …

This Chaplaincy is mainly geared to a ministry of Christian education by means of study and writing at two main levels: via a blog and a journal on theological, philosophical and historical topics related to the theme of Romanticism and religion, and how culture can be shaped to receive the Gospel message of Christ. This work radiates from our position in the Anglican Catholic Church to all Christians and thinking folk of good will.

This ministry is made possible through a contemplative life built on the solid rock of the daily Divine Office and the Mass according to the Use of Sarum, tolerated by our Bishop as an alternative traditional Anglican rite. These daily services are offered in a chapel attached to the priest’s house as an outbuilding (photos below of the work in 2008). This Chaplaincy has been under the Anglican Catholic Church Diocese of the United Kingdom since April 2013. The Use of Sarum was the official rite of the Church of England under the reign of Henry VIII before the first Prayer Book of 1549. It can be celebrated in Latin or Prayer Book style English.

Service Times

Anyone who wishes to travel through this area and attend a service should contact us in advance to agree on a mutually convenient time.