Posts tagged The Ordinariate

A statement from Fr Neil

With the permission of Mgr Keith, Fr Neil has accepted Bishop Richard’s invitation to become Parish Priest of Christ the King, Langney, in addition to his Ordinariate ministry which will continue at St Agnes and OLR. Please read the full article.

Heading for England’s Nazareth.

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 […]

A Sad Week

As some of you may have noticed from our Facebook page, this is a sad week for us. On Wednesday night, our member John Pope died. He had been ill with cancer and had known it was terminal for many months. John was raised a Catholic, but spent many years involved with the Church of […]

Called to be One: the Video

A feature of Called to be One nationwide was the video presentation featuring the Ordinary, Msgr Keith Newton, and clergy and laity of the Ordinariate. It’s designed to answer a number of frequently-asked questions which you may also have had in your mind. It’s in two parts. Called to be One : Part 1 Called […]

Called to be One

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 […]

Washing up listening: Insight into ecumenism.

Sometimes, when washing up gets boring, I listen to something. This week I listened to an audio of a talk given by the philosopher Peter Kreeft, entitled “Ecumenism without compromise.” (For those who take in information better when it is read, here is the transcript.) It is very thought provoking and while I was listening, […]