Yesterday was the Western commemoration of St Peter's Chair. This morning in the sacristry I noticed another calendar that noted yesterday as "The Chair of St Peter in Antioch."
Now of course, St Peter's See prior to that of Rome was at Antioch. This I understand. But why would this Anglican calendar read "The Chair of St Peter in Antioch"?
Is this a slight of hand to minimalize the authority of Rome as the Holy See or does it have a historical justification?