Examples of Anglican Patrimony in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, Part 12 (continued) – Remembrance Sunday

Bournemouth:

Mgr. Barnes writes:

remembrance-dayBetween the two Masses at St Thomas More, Iford, today (9 Nov) – that is after the Parish Mass and before the Ordinariate one – a little Anglican Patrimony.

Fr Darryl had us singing “For those in peril”, we heard the Last Post (recorded) and he recited “They shall not grow old”. We kept two minutes silence, finished with another hymn and a verse of God Save the Queen (sorry we omitted ‘Confound their Politicks’) and still managed to begin the Ordinariate Mass on time at 11.15.

Darlington:Remembrance Sunday Gainford

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One Response to Examples of Anglican Patrimony in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, Part 12 (continued) – Remembrance Sunday

  1. Fr Gerard says:

    We didn’t sing the National Anthem, but we had everything else, as we always have had. It is usual now for Catholic Churches to mark the Armistice and is less common to think of this as a Anglican thing, which we can all be glad about.

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