Click here to view the January 2019 edition of The Portal on our sister community’s website. Members of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in the United Kingdom publish The Portal monthly.

It features news and comment, events, personalities, Catholic teaching, letters, features, Catholic and Anglican history as well as news from Ordinariate missions around the UK.

This edition includes:

  • Will Burton meets Fr Michael Woodgate, author of a new book, Devotion to the Precious Blood
  • “What have LOGS been up to?” by Joanna Bogle
  • “The bleak midwinter” by Snapdragon
  • “Prayer and intercession,” Sister Mary Joseph talks with Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane
  • Thoughts on World Peace Day from Fr Ashley Beck
  • “When England returns to Walsingham, Our Lady will return to England,” the Revd Dr Stephen Morgan ponders this in relation to Blessed John Henry Newman
  • The Revd Paul Benfield reports on the CofE Bishops’ announcement on a liturgy for transgender people
  • “Burne-Jones at Tate Britain,” Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane visited the exhibition
  • “Visit to Torbay,” Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane visit the Ordinariate’s first official parish
  • “Working for the love of God – and the love of Haiti,”  John Newton reports
  • “Devotion to the Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ,” a review by Fr Simon Ellis
  • “God has called me by my Name,” the question is asked by Fr Michael Halsall
  • “Gaudium Et Dolorem,” An oblique look at the crisis facing the Catholic Church at present by Fr Simon Ellis
  • “What is it about Francis and gays?,” Geoffrey Kirk  shares his wonderings with us