Click here to view the December 2018 edition of The Portal on our sister community’s website

Members of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham publish The Portal monthly. This ordinariate, established in 2011, was the first of the Personal Ordinariates and includes the countries in the United Kingdom. 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.

This edition includes:

  • “Ordinariate Blogs,” Will Burton has been reading some of them
  • “Christmas celebrations” by Joanna Bogle
  • “Change and decay I all around me see, but” by Snapdragon
  • “All white now” by Julia Beacroft
  • “EWTN at Walsingham,” Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane chat with Norman Servais
  • Catholic Social Teaching: “Remembrancetide,” Fr Ashley Beck has three points to make
  • Thoughts on Newman: “Turning of the Year” by Revd Dr Stephen Morgan
  • Anglican News: “Forward in Faith National Assembly” by the Revd Paul Benfield
  • “A modern day hermit” by Jackie Ottaway & Ronald Crane
  • News from the Ordinariate around the UK
  • “Mr Pugin,” a review by Libby Crane
  • Aid to the Church in Need: “The Church in Syria” by Murcadha O’Flaherty
  • “A Pocket Catechism for Kids,” a review by Fr Simon Ellis
  • “The Abolition of Woman,” a book review by Fiorella Nash
  • “The Saint Peter Gradual,” an experienced-based review by Fr David Lashbrooke
  • “‘Synodality’,” its meaning and uses,” an examination by Geoffrey Kirk