I've now added a couple more articles to finish the quaternity of my Roman-observed posts concerning the implementation of the Ordinariates in England and Wales. I hope they may be of interest and help, though I add once more that I offer them diffidently.
The third article, as I suggested in my last post, concerns the financial possibilities for those seeking the Ordinariates; how body and soul are to be kept together. I've addressed this before (on this site, in fact), but it seems, understandably, to be one of the most pressing worries of prospective Tibernauts. You can read it here.
The fourth post concerns the practical establishment of the Ordinariate, and a suggestion of how those interested, clergy and laity may become involved in it. A kind comment made by Bishop Edwin Barnes suggests that I am not entirely off target, and also observes that clergy and laity who have not yet signalled their interest should hurry up and do so You can read this post here.
My prayers and good wishes continue to be with you all, as well as my congratulations to Christian Campbell for maintaining such a splendid resource at this very exciting time. I pray that some time soon we may be celebrating the Holy Mass in union, as our Lord intended.
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