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 July 2018 edition of THE PORTAL on our sister community’s website. This month’s edition features:

  • “Will Burton has been looking at Catholic, and especially Ordinariate, blogs”
  • “Railway Stations, Public Libraries, 19th Century Verse, and Evangelism,” destinations visited by Joanna Bogle
  • “Of bile and comfort let us sing,”  Snapdragon muses on recent events
  • “San Giorgio in Velabro, Rome,” Donato Tallo visits John Henry Newman’s Titular Church
  • “The once great Cathedral, Monastery and Parish Church at Whithorn,” Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane tell of their visit to Galloway
  • “Human Dignity” by Fr Ashley Beck
  • “Beverley Minster, Blessed John Henry Newman, and the faith of Peter,” the Revd Dr Stephen Morgan puts them all together
  • “The seal in the Confessional?” the Rev’d Paul Benfield explains it in the light of historic laws
  • “Down by the mill,” Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane meet Fr Simon and Sarah Beveridge
  • “News from the Ordinariate around the UK”
  • “Iona, the Isle of Kings?” by Eliza Trebelcock
  • “Goodness and mercy in the Valley of the Christians in Syria,” reported by Murcadha O Flaherty
  • “Conscience before conformity,” book review by Fr Simon Ellis
  • “Saint Conan’s Kirk — Loch Awe,” Eliza Trebelcock visits an oddity
  • “Adventures in Prayer” by Dr Heather Ward OCDS