Archives for Reports

Celebrating the Canonisation of our patron, St John Henry Newman

This weekend was very significant in the life of our Ordinariate. St Peter’s Square in Rome was packed for the canonisation of Saint John Henry Newman, one among five that day. Because he is our patron many Ordinariate clergy and laity were there, as many photographs on social media proved. Here in Eastbourne we had […]

A meeting of the three Ordinaries.

This last week the priests of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham gathered at our spiritual home at England’s Nazareth, Walsingham. It was a special meeting as it was part of the annual gathering of the three ordinaries. Mgr Keith Newton was joined by Bishop Stephen Lopes, the Ordinary of The Chair of […]

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 […]

Flores de Mayo

It has been a glorious day, here on the ‘Sunshine Coast’. As well as good weather, we had an Ecumenical celebration for Our Lady. Beginning at the Anglican St Saviour’s Church, in South Street, with prayers and Hymns, our statue of Our Lady of Walsingham was processed down towards the station, up Grove Road, finishing […]

Looking back on a good weekend.

This Advent has been very hectic, with plenty going on so I apologise for the lateness of this post. The first weekend of the season was very important for us as a group as four of our 4pm mass community were confirmed by Mgr Keith Newton. They had spent months preparing and Fr Neil was […]