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Archbishop Mennini and Mgr Newton, right, at the Mass (Photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Archbishop Mennini celebrated the ordinariate’s first ever Chrism Mass

Fr Mercer, centre, with Mgr Keith Newton, left, and Bishop Alan Hopes (Photo: Personal Ordinariate)

Fr Robert Mercer’s stand against apartheid was dramatised in a pop musical in South Africa

From left: James Bradley; Mgr Keith Newton, Ordinary; Robert Mercer; Bishop Alan Hopes; Daniel Lloyd (Photo: Personal Ordinariate)

Robert Mercer, an Anglican bishop for 28 years, will be ordained to the priesthood next week

Archbishop Hepworth greets Cardinal Levada, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (Photo: Deborah Gyapong)

The Traditional Anglican Communion, which claims 400,000 members, says it will not be joining an ordinariate

Ordinariate pilgrims received by Pope

About 100 pilgrims, led by Mgr Keith Newton, head of the ordinariate in England, visit Rome

The Church of England General Synod (PA photo)
From left to right: Mgr John Broadhurst, Ronald Crane, Jackie Ottaway, Mgr Keith Newton, Fr Mark Woodruff and Mgr Andrew Burnham celebrate the first birthday of the Portal magazine in Gordon Square, central London

Portal magazine is to become the official publication of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham

Mgr Keith Newton, head of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, celebrates the ordinariate's first birthday at St James, Spanish Place (Photo: Mazur)

The US ordinariate has only just been founded: but already they have a principal church. Ours doesn’t: why is that?

The founding members of the world’s first personal ordinariate are ordained at Westminster Cathedral on January 15 2011                     Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk

We’ve felt the joy of coming home

On the first anniversary of the creation of the personal ordinariate 10 members describe their poignant journey to full communion

Cardinal Marc Ouellet, prefect of the Congregation for Bishops (CNS photo)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 02/12/11

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