Monday 9th May 2016
Writing in the Catholic World Report, Joanna Bogle talks about her experience of a St George's Day dinner, one of the many social events organised by the Darlington Ordinariate Group.
"I had never sung "Rose of England" before. But then I had never been to a St. George's Day dinner in the part of England where North Yorkshire meets County Durham. Nor, indeed, one organized by the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham—Anglicans who have come into full communion with the Catholic Church. It opened with a recitation of Henry V's speech before Harfleur (Shakespeare's 400th anniversary being marked nationwide) and concluded with a rousing rendition of the National Anthem (Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday was also being celebrated)."
You can read the full article here.
... and you will find more information about the Darlington Ordinariate Group here.