Posted on the 4th May 2022 in the category Announcements

Your prayers are asked for the following candidates as they prepare for ordination; either the candidates are registered with The Society or the parishes in which they (will) serve are.

 

 

Ordinations to the Diaconate

Philip Garrett at 6pm on Saturday 25 June at Lichfield Cathedral by the Bishop of Lichfield

Michael Dixon at 6.30pm on Sunday 26 June at Sheffield Cathedral by the Bishop of Wakefield

Sebastian Way at 10am on Saturday 2 July at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford by the Bishop of Oxford

Tristan Meares at 10.30am on Saturday 2 July at Blackburn Cathedral by the Bishop of Blackburn

Ryan Otley at 10.30am on Saturday 2 July at Blackburn Cathedral by the Bishop of Blackburn

Andrew Bailey at 11am on Saturday 2 July at St Andrew, Holborn by the Bishop of Fulham

John Hillman at 11am on Saturday 2 July at St Andrew, Holborn by the Bishop of Fulham

Stephen Miller at 11am on Saturday 2 July at St Andrew, Holborn by the Bishop of Fulham

Daniel Heaton at 3pm on Saturday 2 July at Wakefield Cathedral by the Bishop of Leeds

Jonathan Roberts at 10.30am on Sunday 3 July at Chester Cathedral by the Bishop of Chester

Al Thompson at 2.30pm on Sunday 3 July at Manchester Cathedral by the Bishop of Burnley

Warren Mitchell at 2.30pm on Sunday 3 July at Manchester Cathedral by the Bishop of Burnley

Lewis Oliver Hemmings-Faye at 2.30pm on Sunday 3 July at Manchester Cathedral by the Bishop of Burnley

Thomas Cotterill at 6.30pm on Monday 4 July at St Paul, Brighton by the Bishop of Chichester

Daniel Vickerstaff at 7pm on Tuesday 5 July at St John the Baptist, Leamington Spa by the Bishop of Wakefield

 

 

 

Ordinations to the Sacred Priesthood

Fr James Walton at 3pm on Sunday 19 June at All Saints, Castlefields by the Bishop of Wakefield

Fr Neil Brunskill at 6.30pm on Sunday 19 June at St Luke, Southport by the Bishop of Burnley

Fr James Chegwidden at 5pm on Saturday 25 June at St Andrew, Holborn by the Bishop of Fulham

Fr Jonathan Fleury at 3pm on Sunday 26 June at St Luke, Grimethorpe by the Bishop of Wakefield

Fr Tony Lawrence at 4pm on Saturday 2 July at Portsmouth Cathedral by the Bishop of Portsmouth

Fr Sion Hughes Carew at 10am on Sunday 3 July at St Bede, Newsham by the Bishop of Wakefield

Fr Edward Gunn at 4pm on Sunday 3 July at St Helen, Auckland by the Bishop of Wakefield

Fr Matteo Zambon at 6.30pm on Sunday 3 July at St Mary Magdalen, Accrington by the Bishop of Burnley

Fr Jordan McDermott at 6.30pm on Sunday 3 July at St Mary Magdalen, Accrington by the Bishop of Burnley

Fr David Talbot at 7.30pm on Monday 4 July at St Katharine, Southbourne by the Bishop of Richborough

Fr Luke Demetri at 3pm on Saturday 9 July at St Michael, Croydon by the Bishop of Fulham

Fr Peter Jackson on Saturday 10 September (time and church to be confirmed) by the Bishop of Lewes

Fr Gary Gould at Michaelmas 2022 (time and date to be confirmed) at St Andrew, Holt by the Bishop of Richborough

 

A selection of prayers for those to be ordained, for an increase in vocations and for our Deacons, Priests and Bishops are available here.

 

Any additions or corrections to director@forwardinfaith.com as soon as possible please, thank you.

 



Posted on the 12th April 2022 in the category Events

 

Bishops of The Society will be celebrating the following Chrism Masses:

 

Bishop of Wakefield

11.30am on Wednesday 6 April at Lichfield Cathedral

6pm on Sunday 10 April at S. Peter, Horbury

7pm on Tuesday 12 April at S. Aidan, Sunderland

12pm on Wednesday 13 April at Ss. John the Evangelist & Mary Magdalene, Goldthorpe

 

Bishop of Burnley

6pm on Sunday 10 April at S. Catherine, Burnley

11.30am on Tuesday 12 April at Manchester Cathedral

 

Bishop of Chichester

12pm on Monday 11 April at Bristol Cathedral

 

Bishop of Fulham

11am on Tuesday 12 April at S. Andrew, Holborn

 

Bishop of Lewes

11.30am on Tuesday 12 April at Exeter Cathedral

12pm on Wednesday 13 April at All Saints, Hove

(N.B. for all clergy in the Diocese of Chichester)

 

Bishop of Richborough

11am on Saturday 9 April at Winchester Cathedral            

12pm on Monday 11 April at Chelmsford Cathedral            

12pm on Tuesday 12 April at Canterbury Cathedral            

12pm on Wednesday 13 April at S. Mary, Walsingham
(N.B. 2.30pm Sprinkling & Benediction at the Shrine of OLW - please contact the Shrine to book a light lunch at a cost of £6)

 



Posted on the 7th April 2022 in the category Events
Posted on the 3rd April 2022 in the category Announcements


The Society is delighted to announce that the second half of its National Missioner role is going to be undertaken by Fr Chris Brading SSC. Fr Chris will work alongside the existing Missioner, Fr David D'Silva, in this important role. Both Fr Chris and Fr David will be serving as part-time parish priests alongside being part-time Missioner. Fr Chris has been the parish priest of St Richard, Haywards Heath for the last five years and will be moving within the Diocese of Chichester to become the parish priest of St Mary Our Lady, Sidlesham in the summer.

 

Bishop Will Hazlewood, The Society's lead on mission, commented: "I'm thrilled that Fr Chris has discerned a call to work alongside Fr David in this new role, which we are discovering carries with it lots of possibilities and ideas for our movement. We're particularly pleased with how well the Catholic Mission Network is developing, harnessing not only the resources contained in Fr James Mallon's book Divine Renovation but also the wisdom and experience of our parish priests."

 

Fr Chris commented: "I'm excited at the prospect of this next stage in my ordained ministry. I look forward to utilising my skills and expertise in marketing and communications to support mission and evangelism in Society parishes."

 

The Society records its gratitude to the Archbishops' Council for funding this new initiative.

 

The Society's Mission Strategy may be found here.

 



Posted on the 9th March 2022 in the category News


The Society is delighted to learn that Fr George Westhaver, Principal of Pusey House in Oxford, has been presented with the Dunstan Award for Prayer and the Religious Life by the Archbishop of Canterbury at a ceremony held earlier this week at Lambeth Palace. It is a richly deserved recognition of the excellent and pioneering work Fr Westhaver has undertaken at Pusey House, including the establishment of the Oxford Scriptorium. The Scriptorium is a study group for students which runs throughout the working day on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during term-time and is structured around periods of work, breaks, and prayer.

 



 

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