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

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CURIA - GOVERNANCE

Vicar General

The Vicar General of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham is the Reverend David Waller, appointed by the Ordinary, Mgr Keith Newton, in 2020.

Fr David is a priest of the Ordinariate, serving as Pastor the London Walthamstow Mission. He also has specific responsibility for Our Common Life in Our Calling & Our Mission amd acts as Dean of the South East of England and of Scotland. He was ordained in 2011 after ???? years in Anglican ordained ministry.

Fr David .... further details to follow.


Episcopal Vicar for Evangelisation

The Episcopal Vicar for Evangelisation of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham is the Reverend Christopher Lindlar, appointed by the Ordinary, Mgr Keith Newton, in 2020.

Fr Christopher is a priest of the Ordinariate, serving as Pastor the Deal Mission and Parochial Administrator of St John's Mongeham and St Andrew's Sandwich. He also has specific responsibility for Evangelisation in Our Calling & Our Mission amd is Chairman of the Finance Council. He was ordained in 2011 after ten years in Anglican ordained ministry.


Episcopal Vicar for Vocations & Formation

The Episcopal Vicar for Vocations & Formation of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham is the Reverend Michael Halsall, appointed by the Ordinary, Mgr Keith Newton, in 2020.

Fr Michael is a priest of the Ordinariate, and is on the staff of Allen Hall Seminary in London where he teaches Philosophy and supervises the assessment programme. Within the Ordinariate he has specific responsibility for Vocations & Formation in Our Calling & Our Mission. He was ordained in 2016 after twenty four years in Anglican ordained ministry.

Fr Michael, as an Anglican, served a Curacy in Oxford, six years as an Army Chaplain and Vicar of Prittlewell St Luke in Southend, before being received into full communion with the Catholic church.