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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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Warwick St. Carol Service, 21st December, 2020

At a time when all churches are being forced to scale back or otherwise simplify their festive programmes, and many have taken the difficult decision to proceed with an unmusical Christmas, we are glad to report that the annual Carol

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Fr. James Bradley – Square Notes

Readers will be aware that Fr. James Bradley, a priest of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, Canonist, Musician, and liturgist, features regularly in these updates, thank largely to his indefatigable engagement with the new media in so many

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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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Evensong for Bl John Henry Newman

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St Margaret Ward:The Pearl of Tyburn

We are taken today back to the reign of Elizabeth I, and the notorious Tyburn Tree. And the martyr Margaret Ward. It is quite an exciting tale, full of derring do, crossing and double crossing, daring escapes and plots, and

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St David Lewis, SJ

We remain in the grip of the Titus Oates Conspiracy of the late 1670s and meet David Lewis, the last Welshman to be slain for the Faith. Unlike his cousin St. John Kemble, Lewis was not born a Catholic; his

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St John Wall & St John Kemble

We return once again to the Titus Oates Plot of the 1600s, and two more martyrs called John; one a secular and the other a Franciscan. St John Wall, OFM John Wall was born in Lancashire, that great bastion of

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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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