Category Archives: Ordinariate

Divine Worship the Missal: The Prayer of Humble Access

In the Ordinariate mass, Divine Worship: The Missal, the third form of the Roman Rite Mass authorized for use by Roman Catholics in the Personal Ordinariates established under Pope Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum Cœtibus, the Prayer of Humble Access is located before communion.  What … Continue reading

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Musings from the Ordinary

Musings 22                                                                             … Continue reading

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Marian Day – Our Lady of Mercy

The Ordinariate parish of the Most Holy Family in Gippsland hosted this year’s Marian Day, in Cowwarr, with the approval of Bp Patirck, Bishop of Sale.  Fr Ken Clark, parish priest of the Ordinariate parish, and Fr Prasanna Costa, assistant … Continue reading

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Easter Treat – Gippsland

Are you looking for something different this Easter?  Surprise yourself by celebrating Easter with the Ordinariate in Gippsland.  And enjoy a FREE COMMUNITY BREAKFAST after DAWN MASS on Easter Sunday morning! The Ordinariate is unusual.  It is Catholic –with an … Continue reading

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Come and see

There has been a bit of news about the Ordinariates, especially with the promulgation of Divine Worship – the Missal, and with the announcement of Bishop-elect Steven Lopes in the Personal Ordinariate of St Peter in the States.  If you … Continue reading

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Profession of Faith

I am always amazed at the level of commitment of members of the Ordinariate, given that we are small in number.  While we are small in number, we are huge in faith and devotion.  The faith is not a numbers … Continue reading

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Our Lady of the Sourthen Cross – Ordinariate Unity Day

Have you ever wondered who and what the Ordinariate is?  Why are they different to us?  What about them makes them a distinctive worshipping community?  You now have your chance to see who, and what we are? The Personal Ordinariate … Continue reading

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