Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Ordinariate and the Catechism.

In the Media Release for the Erection of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross Fr Entwhistle, the Ordinary said: Pope Benedict has made it very clear that unity between Christians is not achieved by agreeing on the … Continue reading

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Diaconal Ordination West Australia

Old news, but good news. On 5th July, Ted Wilson was ordained to the transitional Diaconate. Please pray for Deacon Ted as he ministers in our Parish of St Ninian and St Chad.

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Ordinariate Liturgy to be Trialled

The Record reports on the new mass for the Ordinariate and its trial here in Australia. A liturgy incorporating Anglican patrimony will soon be trialled in Perth at the Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross Parish of St Ninian … Continue reading

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Red Nuns – Redemporistine Sisters

This is not actually on the Ordinariate, but a very good look at the inside of an enclosed community in Ireland.  Perhaps one day the Ordinariate in Australia might have its own.

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Who May Join an Ordinariate?

It is often asked who may join and Ordinariate, and where do cradle Catholics fit within the schema of the Ordinariate groups. Three groups who can become members are (1) Anglicans who wish to enter the full communion of the … Continue reading

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Ordinations

Queensland: Please pray for Stephen Gronow who will be ordained deacon in St Stephen’s, Coomera on Friday August 23rd at 7-00 pm by Bp Joseph Oudeman. Stephen will assist Fr Andrew Kinmont in the parish of St Stephen’s. Melbourne: Please … Continue reading

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The Anglican Use Mass

I was poking around the web, as one does, on a lazy day and came across a blog run by Meg Hunter-Kilmor called Pierced Hands.  It was interesting as she had been to an Ordinariate Mass and found it both … Continue reading

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