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Mgr Keith Newton

950th anniversary of Walsingham apparitions

The Archbishop of Westminster and Mgr Keith Newton invite us to join them to celebrate 950 years since Our Lady of Walsingham appeared to Richeldis, instructing her to build the shrine at Walsingham. Mass will be celebrated in Westminster Cathedral on Saturday 26th March at 2pm. NB:Demonstrations are planned in central London on Saturday. Please allow plenty of time to reach the Cathedral, and be aware that bus routes may be diverted, roads closed etc. More information is available from the Metropolitan Police website.

We hope to send out a special edition of the Newsletter tomorrow afternoon with photographs from the event.

Every One a Prayer
Sisters Carolyne Joseph, Wendy & Jane Louise are now accepting orders for handmade rosaries to support their apostolic work and to increase our prayer for the establishment of the Ordinariate. Wire-wrapped, cord, 5, 15 or 20 decade rosaries are made to order by the sisters. For more details, please contact Sister Carolyne Joseph or c/o Poor Clare Monastery, Galley Lane, Arkley, Barnet, Herts, EN5 4AN.

Young people invited to two exciting events
Young members of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham have received two special invitations to events designed to help them grow deeper in their faith. [Read more…]

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