Category: Patrimony

Fr. James Bradley on the Ordinariate – Ecclesiastical Law Society

Fr. James Bradley, a frequent visitor to these pages, has given an interview with the Ecclesiastical Law Society, a body concerned with the study of Canon Law – especially Anglican Canon Law (such as it is) – about the canonical

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Bulletin on Divine Worship

News of an exciting new initiative from the Ordinariate’s Vicar General, Fr. David Waller, in the form of a quarterly publication entitled as above – the Bulletin on Divine Worship. Fr. writes in the first edition: WELCOME to the first

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Fr. Bradley on the Church & Politics

Friends of the Ordinariate will be interested to read a recent post by Fr. James Bradley JCD, one of our priests (and one previously featured in these pages), and currently Assistant Professor of Canon Law at the Catholic University of

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Reliquary Bust of S John Henry Newman

Splendid news from the Ordinariate’s Central London Church of Our Lady of the Assumption & S Gregory, Warwick St, in the form of a brand new reliquary bust of our illustrious patron, S John Henry Newman. This rather fetching bust,

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Complexities of Office

Those interested in the patrimony of the Ordinariates, and in particular those attached to the Customary of Our Lady of Walsingham, will be interested to read the thoughts of Mgr. Andrew Burnham, its author, on new directions for the Daily

One Ordinariate priest writing about another…

Readers will welcome their attention being brought to an interesting article in Crisis Magazine by the Ordinariate’s own Fr. Benedict Kiely, in which he discusses the great success of Fr. Ed Tomlinson, another of our priests, pastor of S. Anslem’s

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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

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