Ordinariate Newsletter: 8th Sunday after Trinity

In this fifth issue, in addition to briefer notes on different exciting events coming up in the next few weeks, we include a note from John Covert on his Cycle of Prayer, a description of the Minnesota Ordinariate’s latest event, a homily excerpt by Fr. Catania of St. Barnabas, and more. It’s been 5 issues! Have you donated? If you’ve benefited from this newsletter, please prayerfully consider donating $2 an issue to the Seminarian Fund. And please feel free to print and distribute this newsletter. Happy Sunday!

Has your parish not appeared? Is there a ministry or good event you think should have appeared but hasn’t? We haven’t heard from you! We are eager to highlight good work around the Ordinariate. Send an email to ordinariatenewsletter@outlook.com using the form below (and do the same if you’d like to receive the newsletter by email).

Note: The proper link to view or purchase the Catholic Cycle of Prayer, produced by John Covert, is simply http://www.walsinghampublishing.com/cycle/ (not the longer link, embedded in the newsletter).

Ordinariate News: Seventh Sunday after Trinity

In this fourth issue, we include, in addition to excerpts, a homily, and parish profile, the first ministry profile, highlighting one that exemplifies the sort of impact an Ordinariate group can have in its larger community. Despite the sad events surrounding this week, happy Sunday! As Fr. Erdman remarks in his homily, God’s Holy Wisdom cannot remain covered or hidden.

Has your parish not appeared? Is there a ministry or good event you think should have appeared but hasn’t? We haven’t heard from you! We are eager to highlight good work around the Ordinariate. Send an email to ordinariatenewsletter@outlook.com using the form below (and do the same if you’d like to receive the newsletter by email).

Please feel free to print and distribute this newsletter. In addition, please consider donating $2 to the Seminarian fund if you’ve enjoyed reading it! Until next Sunday.

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Ordinariate News: 6th Sunday after Trinity

In this third issue, we cover Bishop Lopes’ visit to St. Barnabas, the commemoration of St. Bonosa at Our Lady and St. John’s, and more. In the coming weeks, we hope to have more on different initiatives from around the Ordinariate. Happy Sunday!

We need volunteers! Are you willing to write a brief profile of your community, or report on good news in your parish? Would you consider writing about your parish’s unique ministries or liturgical notes? Do you want to sign up to receive the newsletter by email? Send us an email at ordinariatenewsletter@outlook.com. And please feel free to print and distribute this newsletter.

Please consider donating $2 to the Seminarian fund if you’ve enjoyed reading it! Until next Sunday.

The file was updated with some minor corrections Monday morning. And more Monday afternoon: a reader pointed out that Bishop Lopes’ reception was probably in the “Parish house”, not the “Pariah house”! Thank you for bearing with us as we get this off the ground, and thank you for all corrections.

Ordinariate News: 5th Sunday after Trinity

This is the second issue of the Ordinariate Newsletter, covering good news in the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. This past week has been important in many communities, whose new pastors started last Sunday. In addition, there are many exciting things happening this weekend: Bp. Lopes is celebrating Pontifical Mass at St. Barnabas, OLSJ is celebrating the transferred feast of the virgin martyr, St. Bonosa, whose relics are at their parish–but reports on that (and more) will come next Sunday.

We need volunteers! Are you willing to write a brief profile of your community, or report on good news in your parish? Would you consider writing about your parish’s unique ministries or liturgical notes? Do you want to sign up to receive the newsletter by email? Send us an email at ordinariatenewsletter@outlook.com. And please feel free to print and distribute this newsletter.

Please consider donating $2 to the Seminarian fund if you’ve enjoyed reading it! Until next Sunday.

Update: The current version includes the profile of OLSJ in Louisville and updated Parish assignment information. In addition, Fr. Simington’s name was corrected. Thank you to those who submitted corrections!