Posts tagged Reflecting on our journey

A change in direction.

Ad Orientem has been big in the news (Catholic news, anyway) recently. Cardinal Sarah’s interview and subsequent talk at the Sacra Liturgia, suggesting that ad orientem in the Ordinary form, at least at the Eucharistic prayer, should be the norm caused many responses. His invitation to begin this in Advent, to allow preparation time and […]

Our home in England.

Several of our group travelled up to Norfolk for the Ordinariate pilgrimage to Walsingham on 25th June. (We forgot our camera so the official pictures can be found on the Ordinariate Flickr page) At our arrival at the Shrine, having walked the Holy Mile out of the village, we were welcomed by Mgr John Armitage. […]

Heading for England’s Nazareth.

This morning, a group from Eastbourne will be heading north, to Walsingham ready for the Ordinariate Pilgrimage on Saturday. A historic day, it is also a chance of us to gather and meet up with other Ordinariate members, not easy when our part of the Catholic Church is non-geographical. Walsingham is a key part of […]

Called to be One: the Video

A feature of Called to be One nationwide was the video presentation featuring the Ordinary, Msgr Keith Newton, and clergy and laity of the Ordinariate. It’s designed to answer a number of frequently-asked questions which you may also have had in your mind. It’s in two parts. Called to be One : Part 1 Called […]

Called to be One

Called to be One is an exploration day designed for people who are not currently members of the Ordinariate but who are interested in the vision for truth and unity in communion with the successor of Peter which it offers, and who wish to learn more about it. Ordinariate groups across the country are organising […]

Advent Adults 4: Watching Mary.

We began our last Adult group last week, by taking time to reflect on our Advent so far. Each of us has had a unique journey and, like so often we retain that uniqueness, while also contributing and sharing Advent together. We considered the themes of the three weeks so far, looking at the kingdom […]