This month’s edition of The Portal contains an article on the Ordinariate in Cambridge, which is an interview with Ordinariate laymen put together with an abridged version of an article from the Cambridge Group, and commentary from the editor. Here is the unabridged article, for those interested: Continue reading
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Pontifical High Mass according to Divine Worship: The Missal. Celebrant: The Ordinary, Rt Rev Mgr Keith Newton PA. Concelebrant: Rev. Professor Allen Brent. In choir: Mgr Mark Langham. Mass setting: Merbecke. With Marian hymns “Joy to Thee O Queen of … Continue reading
On Friday 11th, immediately after the usual service of Vespers at 18.30, our Group Pastor will celebrate a service of Benediction. An Ordinariate layman will be giving the reflection at Vespers on ‘Why we pray the Office.’ Afterwards, all are invited to stay for the Fisher House Bar night and the charity ‘Bake Off’, with donations to the Society of St Vincent de Paul appreciated.
On Saturday 5th May, at 6pm, there will be a Pontifical High Mass at Fisher House (the University Catholic Chaplaincy) according to Divine Worship: The Missal. Mgr Keith Newton, Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, will be the celebrant, and Cambridge Group Pastor Fr Allen Brent will assist. This will be the Vigil Mass for Sunday 6th, the 5th Sunday after Easter. Masses from Divine Worship fulfil the obligation for all Latin Rite Catholics, not just members of the Ordinariate.
Mgr Newton is also to celebrate the 11am English novus ordo Mass at Fisher House on the Sunday. All welcome.
On Saturday 17th February, at 6pm, there will be an Ordinariate Use Mass, according to Divine Worship: The Missal, at St Edmund’s College Chapel. The celebrant will be our Cambridge Group Pastor, Rev. Professor Allen Brent. This is to be a ‘Vigil’ Mass for the First Sunday in Lent. All welcome.
Before: Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (Op. 65, No. 45) – S Karg-Elert
Chorale Prelude on “Martyrdom” – C H H Parry
Hymns: Forty Days and Forty Nights (Aus der Tiefe rufe ich), O God Our Help in Ages Past (St Anne), Christ is Made the Sure Foundation (Westminster Abbey)
Mass setting: John Merbecke (1550)
Voluntary: Aus der Tiefe rufe ich (BWV 745) – J S Bach
Organist, Christopher Baczkowski (Homerton College)