Posts tagged Divine Worship

The altar at Christ the King Church

Reorganising Sunday Masses

Saturday 12 August 2023

Fr Neil explains the rationale and the need to reorganise Sunday Mass at Christ the King and St Joachim’s, which will affect both diocesan parishes and the Ordinariate Mission.

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 […]

Divine Worship : Daily Office — A very short guide

Tuesday 12 October 2021

Divine Worship: Daily Office (Commonwealth Edition) contains Morning and Evening Prayer from the Anglican prayer book tradition, now approved for use in the Catholic Church through the Personal Ordinariates. This post is a potted précis of how to pray the Offices, either in a short form or in the Prayer Book tradition. It’s for laypeople: clergy know what to do!

Crucifixion by Il Bronzino

Services during Holy Week

Wednesday 17 April 2019

Maundy Thursday Thursday 18 April Solemn Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:30pm Good Friday Friday 19 April Children’s Holy Week Liturgy 10:00am Solemn Liturgy of the Day* 3:00pm Holy Saturday Saturday 20 April Litany and Ante-communion* 9:00am During the Sacred Triduum members of the Ordinariate celebrate with Fr Thomas at Christ the King, Langney. […]

Annual Report 2016/17

Saturday 22 July 2017

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 […]

A precious gift; a treasure to be shared

Monday 7 November 2016

It is only really now, seven years after Anglicanorum Coetibus, that it is finally becoming apparent what the treasures are that the Anglican tradition has to share with the Church. We have had to wait for work on the new Missal to be completed, and then for the approval of the CDW and CDF, and […]