Showing posts from April, 2013

Fifth Sunday of Easter

Sunday 28th April  Solemn Mass with Holy Baptism of Baby James Arnold  (our first Ordinariate Baby)! St Pius X     12 noon 
Celebrant Fr Jeff Woolnough

Reception after next door at the Old Fire Station at the kind invitation of Chris & Jenny Arnold.

27th April.Coffee Morning in the Heart of the Village

Saturday 27th April 10am -12 noon St Pius X Hockley, home to the Hockley Ordinariate Mission... scrummy home - made cakes and 'crafty' gift stalls. All welcome!

Fourth Sunday of Easter

World Day of Prayer for Vocations. The Hockley Ordinariate Mission celebrates the Sunday Sung Mass April 21st  10.30am, St Pius X , Hockley. Celebrant: Fr. Bob White.
NB: Next Sunday The Ordinariate Mass at Hockley is at 12 noon we welcome former Ss Peter and Paul Church Warden, Les Arnold and his Wife Val, as we celebrate the Baptism of their Grandson, James!  (there will not be a 10.30am Mass on that day).

Third Sunday of Easter & Walsingham !

March 14th. The Hockley Ordinariate Mission celebrates the Sunday 10.30am Solemn Mass at St Pius X Hockley. Celebrant & homilist: Fr Jeff Woolnough, Pastor.

The Hockley Ordinariate is on residential Pilgrimage to Walsingham 15th -18th April  Mass times: Monday 15th 5pm The Church of the Annunciation Little Walsingham 10am Tuesday 16th at the Slipper Chapel at the RC National Shrine Weds 17th & Thurs 18th 12 noon Pilgrim Mass at the Chapel of Reconciliation at the  RC National Shrine.

Sunday 4th April-Divine Mercy

The Hockley Ordinariate join the parishioners of St Peter's Eastwood  for the 10am Sung Mass. (Masses at Eastwood 8.30am  10am  6pm).

In a series of revelations to St. Maria Faustina Kowalska in the 1930s, our Lord called for a special feast day to be celebrated on the Sunday after Easter.  Today, we know that feast as Divine Mercy Sunday, named by Blessed John Paul II at the canonization of St. Faustina on April 30, 2000.

The Lord expressed His will with regard to this feast in His very first revelation to St. Faustina. The most comprehensive revelation can be found in her Diary entry 699: My daughter, tell the whole world about My inconceivable mercy. I desire that the Feast of Mercy be a refuge and a shelter for all souls, and especially for poor sinners. On that day the very depths of My tender mercy are open. I pour out a whole ocean of graces upon those souls who approach the fount of My mercy. The soul that will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion …

Damian Thompson writes:

The Ordinariate has finally arrived By April 2nd, 2013 Here's a photo, taken by Lorna Muffat for the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, that shows Mgr Keith Newton celebrating Easter Sunday Mass in the organisation's magnificent new London home, Our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory, Warwick Street. And here's Mgr Newton with the priests and servers: There's plenty of scepticism about the Ordinariate – especially since the careful circulation of a quote attributed to former Cardinal Bergoglio saying he didn't see the need for it. Well, we shall see. Pope Francis – who would never have encountered Anglicans in the Catholic tradition in Latin America – now finds himself head of the Ordinariate in three continents; his spokesman has said that this will be a permanentstructure of the Catholic Church. Will it be? That's up to the Ordinariate. Its leader in this country, Mgr Newton, has the jurisdiction if not the sacramental powers of…