Articles by The Rev. Richard Tarsitano

The Rev. Richard Tarsitano

The Rev. R. R. Tarsitano is the vicar of Trinity Anglican Church: a mission of the Reformed Episcopal Church. He is a former Navy Chief and holds a B.A. in English from the University of North Florida and an M.Div from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.


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Rhythms and Relations at Trinity Connersville

This article serves as the second diary entry for the missionaries first mentioned in a recent article here at the North American Anglican. In this continuing series, we hope to highlight some of the day-to-day challenges which face a church plant in the year of Our Lord 2021 but also to glory in the small…

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Restoring and Rebuilding Trinity Connersville

This article serves as something of a diary entry for the missionaries first mentioned in a recent article here at the North American Anglican. We hope to highlight some of the day to day challenges that face a church plant in the year of Our Lord 2021 but also to glory in the small miracles…

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Trinity Anglican Church: A test case in traditional Anglican Church planting

“Then saith he unto his disciples, The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few; Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest (St. Matthew 9:37-38).” I. Post-Christian or Pre-Christian? The United States of America is changing. The country is rapidly moving from a post-war…

Outline of an Anglican Parish in the Post-Human West

For my entire life, I have watched the institutions of Christendom’s power be turned against her in cruel and inhuman ways. We have all watched the horror which inevitably arises when the mechanisms of morality (churches, governments, academia, media, etc.) are violently disconnected from their Christian foundations only to be weaponized against us and our…

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