OLW Ordinariate Festival – 18th – 20th September 2015

InvitationFor those of us, especially among our Ordinariate Expats and friends, who need to make travel and accommodation arrangements, here is the programme for the Festival of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham from 18th to 20th September:

Friday 18th September 2015

7pm – Talk by Fr Gerard Sheehan on the advantages and difficulties of a personal prelature or ordinariate
at the Church of the Most Precious Blood,
O’Meara Street, London Bridge SE1 1TA – followed by a Reception

Saturday 19th September 2015

10.30am to 4pm – Main Festival Event
at Westminster Cathedral Hall,
Ambrosden Avenue, SW1P 1QW
Speaker – Archbishop Joseph Augustine Di Noia O.P.
of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith

12.3opm Mass in the Cathedral

Sunday 20th September 2015

10.30am – Sung Mass (Ordinariate Use)
at the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and Saint Gregory,
Warwick Street, London W1B 5LZ – followed by refreshments

So please do make a conscious effort to be take part in the Festival this year. The 2014 Festival was a really uplifting experience. Hope to see you there.

Festival prayerP.S. The Friday and Sunday events are extras. The main throng of people will be present only on Saturday.

P.P.S. Since numbers of people attending are needed to prepare the Reception on Friday evening and the FREE sandwich lunch on Saturday, please inform your local Ordinariate group, or of you are here in Europe inform us at ordinariateexpats@gmx.de, of your firm intention to take part. This is important! THANK YOU.

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One Response to OLW Ordinariate Festival – 18th – 20th September 2015

  1. Please let the organisers know if you are coming and will be at the Friday reception or the Saturday lunch.

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