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Author Archives: David Murphy
You can access the latest issue of the n ewsletter of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham by clicking on the banner heading below The newsletter explains Cardinal Pell’s absence from the recent Diaconal Ordination, and provides some … Continue reading
On Saturday June 17th ten men were ordained to the diaconate at one of London’s most iconic Catholic churches, St. James, Spanish Place. Cardinal Pell had been announced as the principal celebrant and ordaining bishop but unless he has shrunk … Continue reading
The last two posts have caused me to wonder what causes people to be spiteful and malevolent. Deborah Gyapong writes about a blogger who has misused her photos to point fun at the Ordinariate. This particular “Cold Fish”-monger seems to … Continue reading
In this video you will be able to follow Father Rojas’ journey from Evangelical Christianity via Presbyterian ministry, then Anglo-Catholic priesthood to ordination in the Catholic Church. Father Rojas is currently pastoring a parish in Scranton Diocese. Here is Fr. … Continue reading
You can read the Trinitytide edition of the newsletter of St. Thomas More Parish, Scranton, PA, known cryptically as “More News”, by clicking on the banner heading below: Alongside lots of reports on the various activities of the parish – … Continue reading
Ordinariate priest Father Glenn Baaten has accepted the role as Chaplain for the joint CFM group in Orange County, California (St. Joseph Catholic Church, Placentia & Blessed John Henry Newman Catholic Church, Irvine). Chapter leader Greg Herr has written: “With … Continue reading
The June issue of the newsletter of St. Luke’s Ordinariate parish in Washington DC, known as “The Epistle”, is available to be read or downloaded by clicking on the banner heading below.