Category: Patrimony

Newman on Mary – Book Notice

A new book published by the Newman House Press is likely to appeal to Friends of the Ordinariate, combining as it does two of our patrons: St John Henry Newman’s meditations on the Litany of Loreto (UK here). A fine

Fr. James Bradley: divers appearances

Those of you who have received, and doubtless read, mark, learned, and inwardly digested, you copies of the latest Newsletter will have admired the fine article by Fr. James Bradley on the future of our Patrimony. Fr. Bradley has been

Passiontide Hymns

We have said many times that an essential part of the “Anglican Patrimony” is the preservation and encouragement of English music, both choral and congregational. We would like, therefore, to showcase some of the finest Passiontide music. Firstly is Samuel

Septuagesima

To my mind one of the most joyous things about the Ordinariate liturgy is the restoration of the Gesimas. I can already see several people of my acquaintance rolling their eyes and murmuring “Young Fogey”, but I feel justified in

Merry Christmas!

A very Merry Christmas from all of us at the Friends of the Ordinariate! Christmas by Sir John Betjeman The bells of waiting Advent ring, The Tortoise stove is lit again And lamp-oil light across the night Has caught the

Evensong for Bl John Henry Newman

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Alfred Hope Patten

It is arguable that the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham would not exist as it currently does (at least not by name, and would a rose by any other name smell as sweet?), were it not for the life’s

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