ENGLAND 27 June: Former Anglican Fr. John Hunwicke to be ordained priest!

I think this will be a great event:

WEDNESDAY JUNE 27

Please pray for John Hunwicke.

Ordination, The Oxford Oratory, Wednesday June 27, 7.00

FIRST MASSES
in full Communion with the See of Peter.

THURSDAY JUNE 28: Extraordinary Form
LONDON
11.30, in the Church of the Brompton Oratory.
(Low Mass by kind permission of the Provost.)

SATURDAY JUNE 30: Ordinary Form
OXFORD
6.00, in the Church of the Holy Rood.
(Solemn Mass by kind permission of
Fr Paul King and Mgr Andrew Burnham.)

Fr Hunwicke will also preach.

And Benedict XVI is still the Pope of Christian Unity.

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8 Responses to ENGLAND 27 June: Former Anglican Fr. John Hunwicke to be ordained priest!

  1. What wonderful news. For those who have read this erudite and wonderful priest’s blog (and followed his recent travail), just wonderful! Sometimes good guys do finish (if not first).

  2. Supertradmum says:

    What a great joy to have him come into the Church. God bless him. His blog is great and he is as well. We are so fortunate.

  3. jasoncpetty says:

    Excellent news, especially the EF! Hopefully we’ll get some more Liturgical Notes soon.

  4. Ezra says:

    Suspect that EF is going to cause some wailing and gnashing of teeth.

  5. Austin says:

    JH is a treasure — erudite, witty, orthodox. He exemplifies the gifts the Ordinariate has to offer the Church.

  6. What and excellent piece of news about an excellent priest. He will continue in my prayers.

    Keith Töpfer

  7. Robertus Pittsburghensis says:

    This is he best news news I’ve heard in over a year!

  8. irishgirl says:

    Wonderful news! From what I’ve heard about him, he will be a great addition to the Ordinariate in England.
    God bless Father Hunwicke!