LATEST NEWS FROM THE ORDINARIATE
On Saturday 5th September at St Joseph the Worker Catholic church, Coventry, John Ingram and Sarah North, both members of the Coventry Ordinariate group, were married in a beautiful Nuptial Mass celebrated according to Divine Worship. Whether this is the first of its kind - 2 ordinariate members and and Ordinariate Use Nuptial Mass from Divine Worship, we don't know, but it was a great day for all present.
History was made in the village of Pembury in Kent on Sunday 13th September with the opening of the new Hine Room at St Anselm's Church.
The Ordinariate in Manchester is holding a WALSINGHAM FESTIVALin St Joseph's Church, Mary Street, Heywood OL10 1EG, on Saturday 26th September.
On Sunday 16th August Borough High Street at London Bridge resounded to the sound of a Procession of Our Lady to honour her entry into Heaven ... and everyone was invited to join in.
Ordinariate priest Father Simon Heans, plus a team of pilgrims, arrived in Walsingham in triumph on Sunday August 9th, having completed a 50-mile walking pilgrimage.
The Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, The Right Revd Mgr Keith Newton, invites all members of the Ordinariate to the 2015 Festival from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th September
The Reverend Paul Cracknell and the Reverend Stephen Lambert were ordained to the Priesthood on Saturday 18th July 2015 in the Ordinariate Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory, Warwick Street, London.
On Saturday 4th July 2015, Shaun Morrison was Ordained to the Permanent Diaconate by the Right Revd Alan Hopes, Bishop of East Anglia. Mgr Keith Newton preached at the Ordination Mass.
The Church of the Most Precious Blood at The Borough, London Bridge, is marking another milestone in its long history. In 2017 it will be 125 years old – and parishioners have launched plans for a major restoration to celebrate.
On Saturday 4th July 2015 the Catholic Church in Scotland commemorated the 400th Anniversary of the Martyrdom of St John Ogilvie with a National Pilgrimage in small town of Keith in Banffshire, 50 miles north west of Aberdeen.