Posts tagged The Ordinary

Pastoral Letter from the Ordinary

Mgr Keith writes on the highlights of 2017/2018, including the Ordinariate Families’ Fund to support clergy families. The Governing Council has mandated a second collection for this next week.

A Special Weekend 2: The Ordinary’s visit.

Following a very beautiful day in Arundel, on the 9th July, our special weekend continued as Mgr Keith Newton, our Ordinary, returned to Eastbourne for a visit. He celebrated the parish mass at Our Lady of Ransom Church, with the diocesan congregation there, before heading to St Agnes for our community meal. We were also […]

A Special Weekend: Arundel Pilgrimage.

For the Year of Mercy, the Ordinariate has held a variety of Pilgrimages. Many of our group and plenty from others met at Arundel to have a day, focused around the Shrine of St Philip Howard. In fact we counted representatives from at least 8 groups, many from Kent and Sussex and from as far […]

The Ordinary writes on the Jubilee Year of Mercy

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ On Tuesday, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, Pope Francis opened the Holy Door at St Peter’s Basilica inaugurating the Jubilee Year of Mercy. During the year the Holy Father calls on us to gaze upon and experience the mercy that God freely offers, so that we may then […]

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 […]

The Ordinary writes on the Assisted Dying Bill

The Assisted Dying Bill has its Second Reading in the House of Lords on Friday 18 July. If it became law it would make incitement to suicide routine in our society, thereby putting pressure on the most vulnerable to see themselves as a burden to society. The Church’s teaching is clear: that human life, from […]