Posts by Fr Neil Chatfield

Pastoral Letter from the Ordinary

Mgr Keith writes on the highlights of 2017/2018, including the Ordinariate Families’ Fund to support clergy families. The Governing Council has mandated a second collection for this next week.

A statement from Fr Neil

With the permission of Mgr Keith, Fr Neil has accepted Bishop Richard’s invitation to become Parish Priest of Christ the King, Langney, in addition to his Ordinariate ministry which will continue at St Agnes and OLR. Please read the full article.

Bishops’ statement on abortion

This statement , published by the Catholic Bishops of England, Wales and Scotland, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1967 UK Abortion Act, is addressed not only to Catholics of our countries, but more broadly to all people who seek to uphold the dignity of human life and protect the unborn child. […]

Annual Report 2016/17

The diocesan parish of Our Lady of Ransom with St Agnes and St Gregory held its AGM on Thursday 20 July. We presented a report of our activities for their information. For the last eighteen months we have been using Divine Worship on a Monday evening at 7:30pm, at OLR. This is the Ordinariate Use […]

Be Holy…

“You shall be holy, for I, the Lord your God, am holy.” These words from Leviticus are apart of an expanded detailing of the Law. The first thing to note is it is a command from God to be holy and not an advisory note that it might be nice if you were holy. As […]

The Law and the Sermon on the Mount.

We have to decided if the Commandments and Jesus’ elaboration in his Sermon on the Mount are elusive ideals or that which every Christian seeks to make visible in their lives. At the moment, in our present age, it seems that we are still relatively certain that people are not living their lives always on […]