Author: Matthew Topham

New home for the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary!

Readers may be aware that the Ordinariate’s own community of nuns, the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary, have been seeking new accomodation for some time. Splendid, and patrimonial, news of their next move below: The Benedictine monks of Prinknash

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Ordinariate Pilgrimage to Walsingham

Divine Worship: Daily Office – Now Available to Order

The Ordinariate’s latest, and eagerly awaited, liturgical book, and one destined to become intimately familiar to our priests and laity alike, is now available to order from the Catholic Truth Society. Divine Worship: Daily Office fulfils the canonical requirements for

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Lighter Fare

Readers will perhaps be ready for something more lighthearted as the country lurches towards a full lifting of lockdown, and they will find it in Fr. Len Black, priest of the Ordinariate in Scotland, whose Oratory of S. Joseph –

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Virtual Lay Conference

Hopes for a residential Lay Conference this year have been dashed by the Covid-19 situation. However, as is the way of things, an online meeting is proposed instead, for June 12th.  Mgr Newton and a panel of senior clergy will

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Divine Worship: Daily Office – Interview with Fr. Christopher Lindlar

For those waiting with baited breath for the arrival of Divine Worship: The Daily Office (Commonwealth Edition), due to be printed later this year, this interview with Fr. Christopher Lindlar, convener of the working group behind this office book, will

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Fr. Daniel Lloyd on the Ordinariate & Ecumenism

Fr. Daniel Lloyd, priest of the Ordinariate, and resident in Oxford, has given a talk to the Newman Society about the Ordinariate and Ecumenism, particularly in the light of recent documents and developments in the ecumenical sphere. In these Covid-tide

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Bite sized Bach: journeying through Lent with Chorale Preludes

As a Lenten offering, Fr. Mark Elliott Smith, Parish Priest of Our Lady of the Assumption & S. Gregory, Warwick St, the Ordinariate’s central London church, will be putting out short weekly podcasts reflecting on the Lenten Chorales of J.S.

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Happy Lent!

A very happy Lent to all readers: May God grant you a fruitful fast and and encouragement in discipline. Almighty and everlasting God, who hatest nothing that thou hast made and dost forgive the sins of all those that are

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Bulletin on Divine Worship, vol. 2.1

The end of January welcomes the latest edition of the Bulletin on Divine Worship, timed to coincide with the 10th Anniversary of the erection of the Ordinariates. In this edition, readers will find directions on ‘pre-Lent’ (‘-gesimatide), Ash Wednesday in

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