Posts tagged Anglican Patrimony

The language of the Ordinariate

Saturday 18 December 2021

The language of Divine Worship is one of the most obvious parts of the patrimony we have inherited and brought into the Church. Fr Stephen Hill is an Ordinariate priest and doctoral student at the University of Vienna who is undertaking a research project on the language of Divine Worship and its pastoral implications. The […]

Harvest Thanksgiving: Sunday 2 September

Wednesday 29 August 2018

We are celebrating our Harvest Thanksgiving on Sunday 2 September with Mass at 4:00pm, and we invite offerings in thanksgiving for God’s goodness which we will pass on to the Matthew 25 Mission in Eastbourne.

Announcement of Easter and the Moveable Feasts 2017

Saturday 7 January 2017

Part of the Anglican tradition which has been accepted into the Catholic Church with the Ordinariate is the announcement of the year’s liturgical calendar after the Gospel reading in the Mass of the Epiphany. Know, dear brothers and sisters, that, as we have rejoiced at the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, so by leave […]

Announcement of Easter and the Moveable Feasts 2015

Sunday 4 January 2015

Part of the Anglican tradition which has been accepted into the Catholic Church with the Ordinariate is the announcement of the year’s liturgical calendar after the Gospel reading in the Mass of the Epiphany. Know, dear brothers and sisters, that, as we have rejoiced at the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, so by leave […]

Called to be One

Saturday 30 August 2014

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 begins: Come, Lord, come!

Monday 2 December 2013

The beginning of Advent was marked by the Advent Carol Service at S Agnes. This was the third occasion the Ordinariate has celebrated what is a treasure of Anglican patrimony, and it was attended by a record congregation — around 100 — of members of the communities based at all three churches in the parish. […]