Mgr. Rutherford Cardinal Johnson is a retired horseman and retains a keen interest in the equine world. He studied combined training with a particular passion for jumping. He is a long-time supporter of foxhunting and country sports, as well as equestrian competition. In college, the Cardinal was a founding member of the Georgia Tech Equestrian Team, which still remains a valuable part of Georgia Tech club sports. He still attends competitions and shows, as well as the races at Keeneland and elsewhere whenever possible.

In addition, the Cardinal has been active in research on diverse topics in the equine industry ranging from the economics of valuation of horses and facilities to the history of Lipizzaner horses. His efforts have helped to promote equestrian sports, recreational riding, and preservation of equestrian history.




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The Religious and Military Patriarchate of St. Stephen, Old Holy Roman Church of the English Rite, is an ancient, autonomous, semi-autocephalous traditional Old Roman Catholic Patriarchate with Anglican patrimony descended from the Roman Catholic See of Utrecht. The See of Utrecht has remained independent since 1145, when the Holy See in Rome granted autonomy. Modernly known as the Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church (ARRCC), the Patriarchate is faithful to the magisterium of eternal Rome and the eternal One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman Church. Although administratively independent, the See embraces as brethren other Catholic and Anglican bodies, such as the current Roman Communion (commonly referred to as the Roman Catholic Church), the Anglican Ordinariate, and the Anglican Communion.