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New Personal Parish of Blessed John Henry Newman, Melbourne

Tomorrow, 28 March 2014, will mark the canonical establishing of the Personal Parish of Blessed John Henry Newman in the Archdiocese of Melbourne, Australia. The parish will serve all those in the Archdiocese, which is Australia’s largest, wishing to worship in the … Continue reading

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Hymn in honour of Blessed John Henry Newman

From the Birmingham Oratory website: The 9th of October is the feast of Blessed John Henry Newman, the founder of the English Oratory. A new Latin hymn in his honour has been commissioned by the Birmingham Oratory and composed by Fr.John … Continue reading

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Leading ex-Anglican scholar to be ordained a Catholic priest

Members of the ordinariate on pilgrimage in Rome in February (Courtesy of the Personal Ordinariate) From the CatholicHerald.co.uk: Former Anglo-Catholic blogger John Hunwicke is among 21 men to be ordained priests for the ordinariate this year. Mr Hunwicke, a former … Continue reading

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A Christmas message

From Monsignor Keith Newton, Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham: Amongst all that is going on at Christmas tide, we know we should never lose sight of the truth of the Incarnation: that God has entered his … Continue reading

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A lesson in forgiveness

Archbishop John Hepworth, leader of the Traditional Anglican Communion (“TAC”), has received an awful lot of bad press over the years, with many hard judgements expressed against his character; particularly by people hostile to the process initiated by the Holy … Continue reading

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Pilgrimage of Reparation and Consecration in Walsingham

This Saturday, July 16,  Monsignor Keith Newton leads a pilgrimage of Reparation and Consecration in Walsingham. At 3.50 pm he will perform a solemn Act of Consecration of England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, the Church and the Ordinariate to the Sorrowful and … Continue reading

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Father of nine to be ordained Catholic priest

There can’t be many Catholic priests who have a wife and nine children present at their ordination. But that’s exactly what awaits Deacon Ian Hellyer this week. “I’m currently experiencing a funny combination of peace and excitement – with just an … Continue reading

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A homily by Msgr Keith Newton

During his recent visit to Rome, Monsignor Keith Newton, Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, was invited to give a homily at the Venerable English College in Rome. At a Mass celebrated by Bishop Alan Hopes, … Continue reading

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Boarding the Barque of Peter

In England and Wales this year the numbers of participants in the rite of election were swelled by members of various Ordinariate groups as they set out on their journey from the Anglican communion to unity with the See of … Continue reading

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Fr. Aidan Nichols on Anglicanorum coetibus

Deborah Gyapong from English Catholic made an interview with Fr. Aidan Nichols on Ordinariate: Here is my email interview with Fr. Aidan Nichols that I did in order to produce an advance story for Catholic papers before this week’s Anglicanorum … Continue reading

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Archbishop Nichols’ homily: Ordinations to the Personal Ordinariate

Westminster Cathedral, Saturday 15 January 2011  Many ordinations have taken place in this Cathedral during the 100 years of its history. But none quite like this. Today is a unique occasion marking a new step in the life and history … Continue reading

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Ten stories that will define the coming year – from ‘The Catholic Herald’.

In an interesting Editorial this week, the Catholic Herald points to ten subjects that, in their opinion will both dominate and provide a far-reaching impact on the Church in the coming year. These are: The ordinariate: In arguably one of … Continue reading

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No Church-Sharing in London for Ordinariate – What’s going on Bishop Chartres?

The Anglican Bishop of London, Rt Rev Richard Chartres gave an address to the London diocesan synod on 2th. Dec. which included the statement quoted below: There does however seem to be a degree of confusion about whether those entering … Continue reading

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BBC interview of 24th. Oct. with Bishop John Broadhurst who decided to join the Ordinariate

Bishop Edwin Barnes transcribed this interview (interviewer: Edward Stourton, abbreviated as E.S. below) which we reprint here in full, taken from the website: The Anglo-Catholic. ———— E.S. The Bishop of Fulham, the Rt Rev’d John Broadhurst, is resigning and says … Continue reading

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