The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham includes the United Kingdom. It was the first of the Personal Ordinariates and was established in 2011. A monthly magazine, THE PORTAL, is for those in the Personal Ordinariates of the Catholic Church,  Anglicans who are interested in the Ordinariate, and all Catholic friends of the Ordinariates.

Click here to view the January 2018 edition of THE PORTAL on our sister community’s website. This month’s edition includes:

  • “The Blogosphere and the Ordinariate, Among Other Things,” a look around by Will Burton
  • “Prayer for Christian Unity,” some thoughts by Joanna Bogle
  • “Smet Smet: Snapdragon seems to have gone mad” (read it to find out what this means)
  • “Looking back at 2017, and Forward to 2018,” Arnold Herron looks back … and forward
  • “Looking Back and Living Forwards: an Invitation,” Antonia Lynn seeks help from Ordinariate members
  • “Thoughts on Newman: the Unity of All Christians” by Revd Dr Stephen Morgan 
  • “A Tale of Two CofE Bishops” by the Revd Paul Benfield
  • “Is the Nursery of Ecumenism in Gloucestershire?,” Ronald Crane visits Moreton-in-Marsh
  • “News from the Ordinariate:  Ordinations in Scotland”
  • “Summoned by Bells,” some ecumenical thoughts from the Revd Sam Harris
  • “The Diary of a School Chaplain,” Laura Magson reviews Building the Kingdom in the Classroom by Matthew Pittam
  • “Undesirables,” the Christmas message from the Archbishop of Damascus
  • “Ecumenism in Action,” a personal journey into unity by Fr Ian Hellyer 
  • Barry Barnes reviews The Power of Silence: Against the Dictatorship of Noise, a book by Robert, Cardinal Sarah
  •  “Then There Were Giants in the Land,” thoughts on the modern CofE by Geoffrey Kirk