Newman Fellowship moves from Newtown Square to Strafford

The Fellowship of Blessed John Henry Newman, which is currently preparing for reception into the Catholic Church under the guidance of Fr. David Ousley, pastor of St Michael the Archangel Ordinariate Community, Philadelphia, has announced that it is moving from the Latvian Lutheran Church in Newtown Square, PA, to Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church, 35 Old Eagle School Road in Strafford, PA, also a suburb of Philadelphia – in all a distance of about 5 miles.

Newtown Square to StraffordThe first Mass which the group will be attending in Strafford will be at 6.00 p.m. on Sunday October 5. As this is not one of the parish’s regular Mass times, this will no doubt be an Ordinariate Use Mass celebrated by Fr. Ousley specifically for the Fellowship.

Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church, Strafford PA

Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church, Strafford PA

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One Response to Newman Fellowship moves from Newtown Square to Strafford

  1. Rev22:17 says:

    David,

    You wrote: The Fellowship of Blessed John Henry Newman, which is currently preparing for reception into the Catholic Church under the guidance of Fr. David Ousley, pastor of St Michael the Archangel Ordinariate Community, Philadelphia, has announced that it is moving from the Latvian Lutheran Church in Newtown Square, PA, to Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church, 35 Old Eagle School Road in Strafford, PA, also a suburb of Philadelphia – in all a distance of about 5 miles.

    This obviously is not a surprise, but it does fill in the blank from the previous announcement as to the community’s new location.

    We pray God’s blessing on the Fellowship of Blessed John Henry Newman in their new location!

    Norm.

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