LATEST NEWS FROM THE ORDINARIATE
Members of LOGS - the Ladies Ordinariate Group - joined by other Ordinariate members and local parishioners, raised over £240 singing carols at London Bridge station one evening before Christmas.
Sister Rosemary's funeral Mass will take place in her Convent Chapel (99 Oscott Hill, Birmingham, B44 9SR) on Wednesday 10th January at 11am, followed by an internment at Oscott cemetery.
Work has begun to convert the old Church Hall at our Lady of Walsingham and St Cuthbert Mayne, Torbay into a proper presbytery for the Parish Priest and his family.
Two former Anglicans have been ordained as Catholic priests to serve the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in Scotland, doubling the number of Ordinariate priests in Scotland.
The Ordinariate is saddened to hear that Sr Rosemary Walker of the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary passed from this life on Wednesday after a short illness. Sister Rosemary mad her life profession 53 years ago and was in her 89th year. May she rest in peace and rise in glory
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The Ordinariate Liturgical Calendar for the year beginning on Advent Sunday, 3rd December 2017 is published this week. An electronic copy can be accessed here
In December two men will be ordained priest for the service of the Ordinariate in Scotland.
Deacon Simon Beveridge will be Ordained to the Sacred Priesthood by The Right Rev William Nolan, Bishop of Galloway, in the presence of Mgr Keith Newton, Ordinary, on Thursday 14th December at 2pm in St Martin's and St Ninian's, George Street, Whithorn DG8 8PZ.
Deacon Cameron Macdonald will be Ordained to the Sacred Priesthood by The Most Rev Leo Cushley, Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh in the presence of Mgr Keith Newton, Ordinary, on Saturday 16th Decemberat 2pm in St Columba's Church, 9 Upper Gray Street, Edinburgh EH9 1SN.
Ordinariate Priest Matthew Pittam's book on school chaplaincy has just been published by St. Paul's Publishing UK.
In her foreword to the book Anne Widdicombe writes "The most striking feature of this book is its sense of mission. Catholic education is not about the outward forms of faith but about the development of the inner grace of Jesus Christ. Yet the writer has his feet firmly on the ground and his approach to solving problems is not to seek to undo what is but to find new ways of inspiring his pupils."
Click on the news item heading for a review of the book by Canon John Twisteton
St Agatha's Portsmouth, with its charismatic priest Fr Robert Dolling, ws famous in the 19th Century as a centre of Anglo-Catholic worship and for its mission to the the poor in the slums of Portsmouth. Now a church of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham St Agatha's is once again taking a lead in fighting poverty and homelssness in the the City of Portsmouth. Click on the heading to see details of the Robert Dolling project, and the Homeless Buss to be initially based at St Agatha's.