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  • Education
    A Student Speaks: Our Lady's Convent, Hackney

    On Wednesday 13th September, a group of us from Our Lady attended the funeral of the late Cardinal Cormac. The service was beautiful, Cardinal Cormac’s nephew paid tribute to him, telling us all about the great family man he was (around 95 membe...

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  • Education
    Ealing’s Eco-friendly Landmark in London

    A brand new, eco-friendly, award nominated junior school building has opened at St Benedict’s, Ealing. It is super-sustainable - one of only a handful of ‘Passivhaus’ schools in the UK. The youngest pupils at Benedict’s School, Ealing h...

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  • Education
    Warm-hearted Community

    Wednesday 6th September saw the launch of the ‘St Augustine’s Priory Association’ at St Augustine’s Priory, Ealing. In the school Hall packed with parents, pupils and staff the Interim Headteacher, Marie-Helene Collins, introduced this ne...

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  • Education
    International School Award for CJMLC

    The Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College in Willesden has been awarded the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom. The school’s international work include...

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    Faith renewal through small communities

    It was in 2002 that I was summoned to the presence of our then-Cardinal. I had been a parish priest for four years. That was all about to change. He told me he wanted me to head up a project for parish renewal. After 30 years working in parishes, ...

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    A visible and constant presence

    by Paul Moynihan It is not easy to write about Cardinal Cormac: just where do you start with this giant of the Church in all senses of the word? While he may have only been Archbishop of Westminster from 2000 to 2009, he has been a visible pres...

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    A Road with no Exit: Cardinal Cormac and the Ecumenical Journey

    by Bishop Mark Santer I remember Cormac Murphy-O’Connor as above all a wonderful friend. On the evening of the day of his death one of my daughters rang and said how sorry she had been when she heard the news of the death of my ‘friend’. Sh...

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    The Evening Standard joins the fight against modern slavery

    Earlier in September, the Evening Standard and its sister website The Independent launched a special investigation into modern slavery in the UK in partnership with Anti-Slavery Commissioner Kevin Hyland. The campaign gathers together a panel of e...

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    Opening the Door in High Barnet

    On 3rd September, the feast of St Gregory the Great, Cardinal Vincent officially re-opened and consecrated the new altar of the Church of Mary Immaculate and St Gregory the Great in High Barnet. The afternoon began with a short procession, led by ...

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    Heston Welcomes Religious Order

    On Friday 15th September the Diocese of Westminster signed agreements with  The Society of Divine Vocations (Vocationists) to assume pastoral care of Our Lady Queen of Apostles, Heston from 1st October, with Fr Luigi Morrone SDV being appointed P...

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