The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, which includes the countries in the United Kingdom, was established in 2011 as the first of the Personal Ordinariates. Members of this Ordinariate publish THE PORTAL monthly 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 read the April 2018 edition of THE PORTAL on our sister community’s website:

  • “Tracking the Blogs” by Will Burton
  • “Auntie’s Diary,” Joanna Bogle looks at Newman and Walsingham events in 2018
  • “The Hollow Men” by Snapdragon
  • “Palm Sunday or Easter Day?,” keeping Easter is explored by Fr Mark Woodruff
  • “The Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in 2018,” Ronald Crane discusses the challenges facing the Personal Ordinariates with the Ordinary, the Right Reverend Msgr Keith Newton
  • “Catholic Social Teaching: The Old Testament” by Fr Ashley Beck
  • “Thoughts on Newman: Newman on Resurrection” by Revd Dr Stephen Morgan
  •  Book Review by Fr Simon Ellis of Priests in Uniform (Catholic chaplains to the British forces in the First World War)
  • “The Shrine of St Augustine and the Ordinariate,” Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane visit Ramsgate
  • “Nerve agents” by Dr Simon Cotton, Honorary Senior Lecturer in Chemistry at the University of Birmingham and a member of the Ordinariate
  • “Events in Salisbury” by Arnold Herron
  • “Aid to the Church in Need: The Church in Haiti – giving light to those in darkness” reported by Murcadha O Flaherty 
  • “Anglican News: Our Window in the CofE” by the Revd Paul Benfield