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

  • “What does the word ‘marriage’ mean in 2018?” by Ronald Crane
  • “Freedom of speech v. hate speech in the UK,” a warning call by Joanna Bogle
  • “Slithy Toves” by Snapdragon
  • “A Visit to Kent” by Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane
  • “Solidarity” by Fr Ashley Beck
  • Thoughts on Newman: “The Psalter” by Revd Dr Stephen Morgan
  • Anglican News: “CofE General Synod Report” by the Revd Paul Benfield
  • “Well, she’s in the Customary!” Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane visit Kemsing in Kent to find out about St Edith of Wilton, a little known Saint
  • News from the Ordinariate: “Eight new priests for the Ordinariate”
  • “Like yeast that a woman took” by Br Robert Augustine
  • “How you might support the Ordinariate Cause,” an interesting initiative reported by Simon Dennerly
  • Aid to the Church in Need: “In Colombia and elsewhere, Christ ‘came to suffer for his people and with his people’” reported by Murcadha O Flaherty
  • “Walsingham’s Darkest Hour” reported by Antonia Moffat
  • “The National Memorial Arboretum” by Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane
  • “Did ‘Humanae Vitae’ cause bitter division in the Church?” Geoffrey Kirk thinks not