The Catholic Herald‘s Anna Arco interviewed the Ordinary, Fr Keith Newton, in last week’s paper: We want to be outward-looking
Shortly after the Second Vatican Council Cardinal Johannes Willebrands preached at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Protesters, including Ian Paisley, tried to disrupt the service. A teenage Keith Newton and his future wife, Gill, were among those who had come out to see the historic event. Police eventually had to move the protesters. From that day on, the young Liverpudlian longed for Christian unity.
The 17-year-old could never have imagined that he would one day end up leading an entirely new structure within the Catholic Church. Today he is, of course, the ordinary, or head, of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham...
Read the rest of the interview at The Ordinariate Portal .