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Fr. Alan Griffin

Please pray for the repose of the soul of Fr Alan Griffin, a priest of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, who died suddenly at home on Sunday 8th November.  His funeral will be at Our Lady of the

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Bulletin on Divine Worship, Vol. 1.2

The latest edition of the Bulletin on Divine Worship is now available, featuring liturgical notes for Advent. Fans of the Ordinariate’s Patrimony will particularly enjoy the discouraging of the spurious cult of the ‘Advent Wreath’, the encouragement of the sung

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Patronal Feast – S. John Henry Newman

Today is the Ordinariate’s Patronal Feast, of S John Henry Newman, our great forerunner. On this day, in 1845, Newman was received home into the bosom of Holy Church, at the hands of Bl. Dominic Barberi, at Littlemore, the quasi-monastic

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Pentecost Rosary

An happy feast of the Ascension to all! News from the Ordinary that on the feast of Pentecost, the Church in England, Scotland, and Wales will join in praying the Holy Rosary from 9am to 9pm. The Ordinariate of Our

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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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St. Philip Evans & St. John Lloyd, Martyrs of Wales.

The Roman Martyology records no fewer than 60 saints who bear the name John, and no fewer than 13 Philips. This is by no means a complete list, and many good and holy men and women who have not been

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St John Plessington

Continuing our series on the forty canonised martyrs of England & Wales 20th July: St. John Plessington It is, as we have said before, so very easy to lump the martyrs of England and Wales together in one solid mass

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St. John Jones: English Martyr

This begins an occasional series of articles on the lives of the forty English Martyrs of England and Wales, observing their local feasts.   It is very easy to lump together those forty martyrs, canonised by Bl. Paul VI in

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Happy Feast of St. Benedict

On this feast of St. Benedict, we rejoice in the gift to the church of the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary, formerly of the Anglican Community of St. Mary the Virgin, Wantage and now part of the Ordinariate. The

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