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Topic: ordinariate

Morning Catholic must-reads: 22/11/10

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The mood around the Ordinariate has changed

Today’s press conference about the Ordinariate shows a big shift in mood since last November

Anglo-Catholic parishes are often very close-knit: the Ordinariate will preserve that

They have prayed together under hostile pressure; now they can stay together

The Ordinariate will help reconnect the English Church to its medieval roots

The Catholic Church in England has lost a precious tradition: of ministering to everyone living within the parish boundary

It was Pope Paul’s idea to preserve an Anglican heritage within the Catholic Church

An ex-Anglican jurisdiction was always taken seriously in Rome

Cardinals to discuss Church reactions to sexual abuse and the Ordinariate

Cardinals taking part in the November 20 consistory will discuss the abuse crisis, Ordinariates and religious freedom

Top official: ex-Anglicans may remain in parishes

Anglicans who take up the Pope’s offer of an Ordinariate may be able to continue worshipping in their Church of England buildings

Parishes joining the Ordinariate will have no difficulty finding a home

Mostly, it will be the one they already have

Catholic Anglicans: don’t be taken in by this incoherent scheme to undermine the Ordinariate

The Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda is not a credible alternative

Anglicans urged not to accept Pope’s offer

Catholic group in the General Synod claims that traditionalists will secure new provisions