The Ordinariate's Customary printed


The new Customary of Our Lady of Walsingham has been published, and a fine book it looks, too. It contains the office for the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, the psalms in the Coverdale translation, and the office arranged according to the calendar for the Ordinariate.

I'm rather hoping to have choral evensong at Blackfen during the Octave of Prayer for Christian Unity.

There are more photos of the new book at the Ordinariate's Flickr set and there is a report by Mgr Andrew Burnham at the Ordinariate website.

You can buy a copy from Amazon:



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