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    Defending the right to peaceful protestDefending the right to peaceful protest

    The Government has been holding a review (the  Abortion Clinic Protest Review) into the right to hold peaceful protests or prayer vigils outside abortion clinics. The review, which could lead to the establishment of ‘buffer zones’ which proh...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Chubby Hearts By Anya Hindmarch Transform London's Famous Landmarks

    Queen of hearts Anya Hindmarch partners with the Mayor of London to fill the skies with red, love-infused inflatables Love is in the air, quite literally, in London this week. Bold, inflatable red hearts are suspended over, and within, iconic L...

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  • Education
    Healthy Bodies and Minds at St Anthony’s School for Girls

    In preparation for Children’s Mental Health Week (5–11 February), St Anthony’s School for Girls participated in a series of ‘healthy practice activities for bodies and minds’ as part of its annual Health and Wellbeing Week. This year’...

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    Jesuit Deacons Ordained at Farm Street

    Two Jesuit scholastics were ordained deacons by Bishop John Sherrington on Saturday 10 Anuranjan Ekka from the Darjeeling Province, currently living in the Loyola House community in Wimbledon, and George Stephen Thayriam from Madurai, a member ...

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    Honouring Our Lady of Lourdes

    On Saturday 10 Taking place just ahead of the World Day of the Sick, the Mass gathers together the faithful from around the diocese, with pride of place being given to those who are sick and infirm. The Mass began with a procession of Redcap...

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  • Archbishop
    Santa Marta Group Meets at the Vatican

    Senior law enforcement officers, bishops, and religious women from over 30 countries, as well as representatives from key international organisations are meeting together for the fifth Santa Marta Group conference this week in the Vatican to updat...

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    They Recognized Him

    by Bishop Nicholas Hudson The Sisters told us they found a poor woman with learning disabilities chained up and living in a cave at the end of the family garden. In her they recognized Christ, they said; and gave her a home. She was one of man...

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  • Education
    St Thomas More School hosts ‘Speak Out’ Challenge

    On Tuesday 23 January, St Thomas More Catholic School in Wood Green hosted the Haringey Regional finals of Jack Petchey’s ‘Speak Out’ Challenge 2017-18. The challenge, which is run by Speakers Trust and funded by the Jack Petchey Foundation ...

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    Adoremus: Let us Adore

    by Fr Mark Vickers Christ entered the world that we might have life and have it to the full, that we might have communion with the very life and love of God himself. When he returned to the Father, that life and love was not withdrawn. Rather, ...

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  • Education
    A Suffragette at St Augustine's Priory

    Marking the centenary of the passing of the Representation of the People Act granting some women the right to vote in 1918, we remember the suffragette at St Augustine's, Ealing.  Mother Mary Francis, a strong, intelligent woman, was a member of...

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