Monsignor Harry Entwistle

Monsignor Entwistle is the first Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross. Educated at St Chad's Theological College, he was ordained a priest in the Church of England Diocese of Blackburn in 1964. After reception into the Roman Catholic Church, he was ordained to the priesthood in St Mary's Cathedral, Perth on 15 June 2012.

Ordo | Jan 2018

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Ordo | Mar 2018

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Musings April 2018 Edition 30

By the Reverend Monsignor Harry Entwistle, Ordinary April, 2018   In March of this year I posted an article written by Ross Douthat for the New York Times entitled ‘Pope Francis is Beloved. His Papacy might be a Disaster’. One of the comment

Musings Jan 2018 Edition 29

By the Reverend Monsignor Harry Entwistle, Ordinary January, 2018 As we begin this New Year the Church in Australia will be considering its response to the findings of the Royal Commission on Institutional Responses to Sexual Abuse, to the SSM vote,

The Ordinariate (OLSC) & Dawson Society Event: The Works of G.K Chesterton

Hosted by The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross (OLSC) & The Dawson Society, this three part lecture series took place between 24 Nov – 17 Dec. Co-founder of the Dawson Society, Daniel Matthys hosted a discussion whi

Musings 27 September 2017

By the Reverend Monsignor Harry, Ordinary September, 2017 St Ninians & St Chads Parish, Perth St Paul’s Catholic Church, Mt Lawley Throughout my many years of Christian ministry in the Anglican Church there have been many changes in how the Ch

2018 Easter Message by Rev Mgr Harry Entwistle

By the Rev Msgr Harry Entwistle Ordinary Please click on play button below to listen to podcast of the Easter Message.   If non-Christians look at the sweating, bleeding Jesus being crucified on Good Friday, do they see another State sanctioned

Australia Wide | January

Prayerful Confidence – Or Wishful Thinking? By Monsignor Harry Entwistle The Editor of Australia-Wide asked me to gaze into the crystal ball and share the ‘signs and wonders’ that I see. I’m not an expert in interpreting crystal balls, but I