Posts tagged The Ordinary

The Ordinary’s Easter Message

The Ordinary, the Rt Revd Msgr Keith Newton PA, published his Easter message on Maundy Thursday. In her liturgy from Palm Sunday until Easter Day, the Church gives us the opportunity not only to hear the story of the Lord’s passion, but also the experience of participating in it. We are there, watching with excitement, […]

A big finish to a special month.

This June has felt a bit like a whirlwind. There have been lots of special events: confirmations; a 24 hour prayer vigil; a visit from Ronald Crane and Jackie Ottaway from The Portal Magazine; the Ordinariate Pilgrimage to Walsingham; Going Forth Masses for First Holy Communions and Confirmations. The month finished with a visit from […]

Pilgrimage to Walsingham

Last weekend several of us headed up to Walsingham for the first Ordinariate Pligrimage. For some of us, it was returning to a place that is close to our hearts and the scene of many times of drawing close to God. For one of our party it was a first time experience. We began in […]

The Ordinary at St Mary Magdalen, Brighton.

Mgr Keith Newton’s talk at St Mary Magdalen in Brighton, last Thursday can now be watched online courtesy of the St Mary Magdelen Choir blog.

The Shepherd of the Ordinariate.

I have been thinking some more about the Catholic theology of bishops. What does this mean for us in the Ordinariate? Our diocese is non-geographical. We have local groups spread over the country. We have an Ordinary who embodies the mission of the Ordinariate, given to him by the Holy Father as our shepherd. As […]