Category Archives: Ordinariate OLW

Fr. Ed Tomlinson – The First Three Years – Part 3

Father Ed’s third post on the Ordinariate after three years is an empassioned plea for English Anglo-Catholicism to reunite with Rome bringing the English way back into the Catholic Church: Reflecting on the Ordinariate: Part 3 April 30, 2014 Last … Continue reading

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Ordinariate Mass now to be celebrated regularly in Chichester

Father Graham Smith has informed us of a new and exciting development: Following last year’s beautiful concelebrated BDW mass at the former Franciscan Friary in Chichester, a regular Ordinariate presence is now to be established in the cathedral city. Beginning … Continue reading

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Fr. Ed Tomlinson – The First Three Years – Part 2

The Blessings of Rome April 24, 2014 Yesterday I began reflecting on three years within the Ordinariate recalling a difficult start. Today we move onto happier pastures as I reflect on what has gone well. The blessings for those pioneering … Continue reading

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Fr. Ed Tomlinson’s Assessment of the UK Ordinariate’s First Three Years – Part 1

On his Tunbridge Wells Ordinariate blog, Father Ed Tomlinson has begun an assessment of the first three years of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, which I am taking the liberty of reposting here: Three years on – … Continue reading

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Next Monday is St. George’s Day (and Pope Francis’ feast day)

As a result of this being Easter Week, the solemnity of St. George, patron saint of England (and patron of the Anglican Church) is transferred from the usual date of 23rd April to next Monday, 28th April 2014, in the … Continue reading

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Bournemouth Ordinariate Mission plans to change its status

For the second time Mgr. Edwin Barnes has reported in his blog “Antique Richborough” that the Bournemouth Ordinariate Mission is planning to change its status from that of a Church-sharing group (Type 3) to an Ordinariate-led diocesan parish (Type 4 … Continue reading

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The Sisters of Our Lady of Reconciliation, Walsingham – Sister Jane Louise gives us some insights

Sr. Jane Louise of our Walsingham sisters has been kind enough to send these words: When we took on the name of “The Marian Sisters of the Incarnation”, we had not long left the Priory of Our Lady (of the … Continue reading

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