The Portal, the official magazine of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in the UK has posted its May issue a few days early.
Among the stories, there's an interesting response to an essay posted by Telegraph writer/blogger Damian Thompson, which I noted here when it first came out. The essay in The Portal is woven around the comment by Mr. Thompson "Put it this way: one of the treasures of Anglicanism that the Ordinariate can bring to Rome has nothing to do with vestments or prayer books – it’s the tradition of the Anglo-Catholic ‘slum priests’ who carried the Gospel to the darkest alleyways of Jack the Ripper’s London.?"
Hat tip to Fr. Smuts at his eponymous blog for pointing out the early publication.
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