THE PORTAL from the UK for October 2017

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Click here to view the October 2017 edition of THE PORTAL, the monthly review from the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in the United Kingdom.

This month’s edition includes:

  • Portal Comment: “Catholic Women of the Year”
  • “LOGS, Political Correctness….” by Joanna Bogle
  • “Snapdragon has been dreaming – again!”
  • “Robes and layout” by Fr. Mark Woodruff
  • “A Catholic Country Parson!” by Fr. Stephen Lambert” by Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane
  • “Ordinariate Festival 2017″ —  Jackie Ottaway and Ronald Crane report from Westminster
  • Thoughts on Newman: “Converts: Newcomers should remember their station or should they?” asks the Reverend Dr. Stephen Morgan
  • Anglican News: “Transgender and the CofE — the Reverend Paul Benfield reports on a General Synod debate
  • Ordinary down under: Monsignor Keith Newton reflects on the meeting of the three Ordinaries
  • Ordinariate Groups around the UK
  • “The Ordinary’s Diary”
  • News from the  Ordinariate: Ratcliffe College and Ordinations to the Sacred Priesthood
  • “Booklet published for Novena in Honour of Our Lady of Walsingham”
  • “A stone uncovered,” a review by Fr. Simon Heans of Freemasonry and the Christian Faith by Fr. Ashley Beck
  • Aid to the Church in Need: “With God’s help we will rebuild” by Murcadha O Flaherty
  • “Tips for the growth of an Ordinariate Group” by Shane Schaetzel.
  • RIP Monsignor Augustine Hoey
  • “Loyalty and its consequences” by Ronald Crane
  • “Are practising Catholics welcome in public life?” by Geoffrey Kirk