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    Towards a cure for brain tumoursTowards a cure for brain tumours

    Bishop John Wilson met two North London Catholic families, who lost loved ones to brain tumours, at an event at Speaker’s House to highlight the underfunding of the disease during Brain Tumour Awareness Month. Alison Phelan of St Joseph’s pari...

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    Proclaim the Good News

    by Deacon Adrian Cullen, Evangelisation Coordinator April truly is the time to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ! Easter has arrived and we, the Easter People, are no longer in the power of death, but look now to everlasting life. It is a me...

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  • Education
    Super Science Fair at St Benedict's

    Young scientists at St Benedict’s, Ealing got to work in British Science Week, conducting over 40 different experiments at their annual Science Fair. The science labs buzzed with scientific discovery as all pupils in Year 8 presented their fasci...

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  • Archbishop
    'Have nothing to do with anything that undermines who we are as children of God,' urges Cardinal

    During a Mass offered for the victims of the London attacks, Cardinal Vincent spoke of the darkness experienced by those who suffer and mourn. ‘We know this experience,’ he said. ‘It’s very immediate and very painful for some today.’ He...

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    Praying with People of Faith for the Victims of the London Attacks

    Following the London attacks on Wednesday, 22nd March, that have so far resulted in the deaths of four victims and the injury of around 40, faith leaders have joined in solidarity to pray together and to show their commitment to standing together ...

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  • Archbishop
    Cardinal asks priests and faithful to come together in 'compassionate solidarity' after London attack

    Cardinal Vincent Nichols has released the following statement: 'Yesterday’s attacks in Westminster have shocked us all.The kind of violence we have seen all too often in other places has again brought horror and killing to this city. I kno...

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    Pope Sends Message of Solidarity after Westminster Attack

    Pope Francis has sent a message to Cardinal Vincent assuring the 'nation of his prayers' following the terror attack in Westminster on 22 The message, communicated via the Holy See's Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, commends those who...

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    Praying for the Victims of London Attacks

    Following the attacks in Westminster on 22 At Westminster Catherdal, a shrine was created as a focus of devotion, where visitors were invited to pray and light candles. The Union Flag outside the cathedral was flown at half-mast in memory of th...

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    Westminster Cathedral and the Secular

    Church Life Journal on 13 March 2017.   After a rather dreadful travel delay, I arrived in London early Sunday morning. When my cross-examination by British custom agents was complete (an inquiry in which I had to emphasize that I liked my job a...

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  • Vocations
    Two instituted to Ministry of Reader

    Bishop John Sherrington instituted two men to the Ministry of Reader at Allen Hall Seminary on Saturday, 11 In the homily, Bishop John invited the men to follow the example of the Lord: ' Just as Jesus offered himself continually in prayer and...

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