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Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham
under the patronage of Blessed John Henry Newman

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LOGS, the Ladies Ordinariate Group, meets regularly in London, at the Church of the Most Precious Blood in The Borough, or at the Church of the Faithful Virgin, Upper Norwood.

Members' work range from parish youth work to pilgrimages, cultural events, prison visiting, and lobbying and research in support of Christian values in community life.

There are regular monthly meetings (first Monday each month) with a guest speaker: recent topics covered have included church history, the plight of persecuted Christians in the Middle East and elsewhere, the work of a University chaplain, and the Church in Africa.

LOGS' routine activities include projects for schools - over 40 schools taking part annually - and seasonal events including carol singing at a major London railway station each Christmas.

LOGS Notice Board

Summer Pilgrimage

The LOGS 2018 summer pilgrimage took them by river to St Mary's University at Strawberry Hill, Twickenham. Meeting at Westminster Pier they travelled up-river to Richmond where they lunched, and then on by road to Twickenham, to explore Strawberry Hill House and learn its story, and that of the University, founded in 1850. 

October will see the annual residential conference/retreat at Walsingham. The Autumn/winter programme also includes a talk on the 17th century "non jurors", carol-singing at London Bridge station, and the launch of the next London-wide "Our Father" project for schools.

Carols at London Bridge
Outing to Walsingham

Lord's Prayer Project