Posts tagged Our Lady of Walsingham

Anglia dos Mariae: Why England needs Mary

It all began with a ‘yes’. Our Lady’s consent to the angel: “Be it done to me according to thy Word” is the moment the world changes. In agreeing to become the Mother of God, Mary allows the plan of salvation to take place. God called her into existence for no other reason than to fulfil this most awesome of all vocations.

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 […]

Reflecting on Our Lady of Walsingham

Many of us we able to take part in the joint celebration Mass with Our Lady of Ransom Church last night. Here is the reading from the saints for yesterday, to help us continue our meditations. A sermon by St Sophronius Through Mary, the Father’s blessing has shone forth on mankind Hail, full of grace, […]

The Feast of Our Lady of Walsingham

Sunday was Our Lady of Walsingham, the title feast of our Ordinariate. As we usually have cake afterwards we had to find something special and so we had truffles- some ginger and some mint. And lots of cake. So much that Kevin didn’t need to put out the brownies he had made. This cause scandal […]