Monthly Archives: December 2013

Longing for God

It puzzles me that so few of our modern fictional heroes have any religious faith. My good read over Christmas is¬†likely to be P D James,¬† (creator of Adam Dalgleish,) or Ruth Rendell (Chief Inspector Wexford) or more likely Donna … Continue reading

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The Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary: the praying heart of the Ordinariate

This past week I have been on retreat at the Convent of the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Maryvale on the edge of Birmingham. I hope that many other priests and laity will go there, now that the … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Ordinariate liturgy – some initial thoughts

The season of Advent has been marked by many Ordinariate groups in the UK beginning to celebrate Mass according to the Ordinariate Use. We were no exception in the Ordinariate Parish of the Most Precious Blood at Borough, in South … Continue reading

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