Posts tagged Ordinariate Use

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 […]

October: Month of the Most Holy Rosary

Saturday 26 September 2020

The Ordinariate has published the “Bulletin on Divine Worship”, which it’s hoped will become a way to promote, develop, and nurture the distinctive liturgical life of the Personal Ordinariate. The first issue contains information on devotions for the month of October, and other news on liturgy and resources.

Looking back on a good weekend.

Saturday 17 December 2016

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 […]

Eastward facing?!

Monday 4 January 2016

In the light of my own priestly formation, and the publication of the Ordinariate missal, can the eastward celebration of mass be justified? Let’s be clear that despite what many think Vatican II didn’t rule out eastward facing celebrations of the mass. It is true that the question was raised as to whether facing East […]

Heading for England’s Nazareth.

Thursday 25 June 2015

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 […]