Monthly Archives: June 2018

Rome and the Patrimony

On this feast of Ss. Peter and Paul, it is important to remember that the Anglosphere – like every other realm on Earth – has particular ties to the Eternal City. Prior to the Reformation, the King of England was … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Walsingham, Pray for England!

For those wanting to know more about the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham and the meaning of the above statute based on one of the very first Marian Apparitions.

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Patronal of Canadian Anglican Use Catholics

Today is the Feast of St John the Baptist. The Baptist is well-known as the patron saint of French Canada, and la Saint-Jean or la Saint-Jean-Baptiste, as today is known, is the major cultural holiday of French Canadians across the … Continue reading

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Visiting Ss. John Fisher and Thomas More.

June 22 is the feast of Ss. John Fisher and Thomas More, a key date in the life of the Patrimony. Pilgrims wishing to visit sites and shrines associated with them may find the following useful. Although St. John Fisher’s … Continue reading

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The Priestly Society of St Augustine of Canterbury

It has not escaped my attention of a number of diocesan and religious Catholic priests have expressed interest in the Patrimony of the Personal Ordinariates for a number of reasons, yet usually can only look on from afar. Following up … Continue reading

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A Guild of All Souls for the Ordinariates?

Guest post by Kevin Greenlee Among the multitude of riches which the Oxford Movement added to the Anglican patrimony was the advent of many Anglican devotional guilds and societies such as the Society of Mary and the Confraternity of the … Continue reading

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