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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.

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The Lord's Prayer and children

Monday 16th April: Members of LOGS, the Ladies Ordinariate Group, spent a day wrapping and posting prizes and certificates to children who took part in their "Lord's Prayer project". This is a children's handwriting and artwork project, run through primary schools,  which involves writing out the Lord's Prayer and answering some questions to show an understanding of it. Every participating child receives a commemorative card with the Lord's Prayer on it, and children producig work of exceptional quality get "My Prayer Book", a book with prayers that every child should know.

Every entry to the Project is carefully studied and prizes awarded. Schools that produce entries of a high standard get a certificate to display. It's all run by volunteers, and the work is fueled by , as a LOGS spokesman  put it "relays of tea, talk, laughter, cake and fun. It's wonderful - and the next time you hear a lament about children in modern Britain not knowing the Lord's Prayer, contact us. We are working on the problem and lots of children are responding in huge numbers."

Carols at London Bridge
Outing to Walsingham
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