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Topic: ordinariate

Ten stories that are likely to define the coming year

The Catholic Herald predicts the big stories of 2011

The ordinariate is happening, at an unprecedented pace

The speed of the operation is possible because of the Pope’s personal knowledge of those involved

Ex-Anglican bishops to be ordained to priesthood on January 15

Andrew Burnham, John Broadhurst and Keith Newton will be ordained deacons on January 13 and become priests two days later

Three ex-Anglican bishops are received into full communion

Ceremony at Westminster Cathedral paves way for ordinariate

Nuns leave Walsingham priory to join ordinariate

Three Anglican nuns at Walsingham have left their community after expressing interest in joining a personal ordinariate

Canadian Anglicans request ordinariate

Anglo-Catholic parish becomes first mainstream Anglican group in Canada to ask to join an ordinariate

Archbishop Nichols sends thanks for co-operation of Anglicans

Archbishop Vincent Nichols praises Dr Rowan Williams for the way he handled the resignations of five Anglo-Catholic bishops

On littleness and the liturgy

A meditation on Anglicanorum Coetibus and related matters

Morning Catholic must-reads: 23/11/10

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Why we waited 15 years for an Ordinariate: the inside story

In the words of Cardinal Ratzinger then, ‘what are the English bishops afraid of?’