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Tag Archives: Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham
The Portal Magazine for September is out. Published on the first day of every month like clockwork, you can read it online here. Or download it in pdf. here.
The Portal is out. Read it online here. Or get it in pdf. here. Now on a rainy winter day (like today, here in Cape Town), there’s nothing nicer than a cup of hot coffee and a good read.
The Portal, by our Ordinariate brothers and sisters, for May is out (a little early). It’s always a great (free read) resource. You can read it online here. Or get it in pdf. here.
I’m a little late on this one (having been away) but the Portal Magazine for October is out. It always makes for some fine (and free) reading. Now given that it’s Saturday, there should be time to give it a read. To do so online, go … Continue reading
The Portal Magazine for September 2012 is out, offering some nice free reading You can read it online here. Or get it in pdf. here.
The Portal Magazine, a monthly on-line magazine covering the Ordinariate, is out. It is a great read – and no, I’m not just saying that because I’m (apparently) Ordinariate gaga or anything. It really is informative (and free!). You can read … Continue reading
The Order for Funerals and Holy Matrimony: The first liturgical texts approved for worldwide use by the Personal Ordinariates for former Anglicans have been promulgated by the Holy See. The Order for Funerals and the Order for the Celebration of … Continue reading
The Portal in the service of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham for the month of June (2012) is out. Read it by download (pdf.) here. Read it online here. Page 12 has a rather nice article with Fr Robert … Continue reading
The Portal Magazine for May, covering the Ordinariate is out. Read it online here. Or pdf. here. And speaking of the Ordinariate, I see that the Pope Benedict XVI has donated $250,000 to support the work. The news from Rome came to … Continue reading
Fr Brian Gill has resigned from the Traditional Anglican Church (TTAC) in England and begun preparation for reception into the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham: … I pray every reader of this magazine will endeavour to pray and work for … Continue reading