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    Quiz Time at St Mary's East FinchleyQuiz Time at St Mary's East Finchley

    Who were the great-grandparents of King David? Why is Solomon famous? Who was the short man who climbed a tree to see Jesus? Who said “Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof”? Can you receive the sacraments in any order? Who...

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  • Education
    St Benedict's artists selected for Royal Academy Exhibition

    Paintings and sculptures by three A level Art students at St Benedict’s School, Ealing have been selected from over 2,400 submissions for the Royal Academy A-level Summer Exhibition Online. The exhibition of 49 outstanding pieces is the onlin...

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    Baroness Cox urges young people to 'Show love to others'

    St Benedict’s School Ealing, west London welcomed The Baroness Cox of Queensbury as Guest of Honour at Prize Giving this year. Baroness Cox founded the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust or (HART), which provides aid and advocacy for people sufferin...

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  • Archbishop
    Mass of Welcome for Apostolic Nuncio

    On Tuesday, 4 His  Cardinal Vincent  was the principal celebrant, along with Cardinal Cormac over 20 Archbishops and Bishops from dioceses across England and Wales, the Metropolitan Chapter of Canons, and several priests.  At the beginnin...

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    Cardinal Vincent reacts to extension of Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme

    Cardinal Vincent  has issued the following statement on 3 In the statement, the Cardinal says:  ‘I am very pleased that Her Majesty’s Government has made this important extension to the Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme with immed...

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    Cardinal Vincent strengthens ties with Lithuania in combatting human trafficking

    In his role as President of the Santa Marta Group, Cardinal Vincent was invited to address the Seimas (Lithuanian Parliament) and meet with Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis to strengthen the links with Lithuania and encourage their commitment to ...

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    Sea Sunday on the Horizon

    by Greg Watts   Wojciec Holub, Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) port chaplain to Tilbury and the Thames, recounted a conversation he recently had with a captain. ‘I asked him, when do you sleep? He smiled and said he slept when he could. But...

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    Ordinary Time is Missionary Time

    By Deacon Adrian Cullen The green, grassy slopes of the Galilean hills where Jesus taught the people from the towns and villages are reflected in the green of Ordinary Time, as seen in Church vestments during this season. During Ordinary Time we ...

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    Standing in Solidarity at London Bridge

    Bishop John Sherrington, representing Cardinal Vincent Nichols, joined 100 imams for a vigil by London Bridge today to remember those who died in the terrorist atrocity last weekend and to stand in solidarity with Muslims, Christians and Jews as t...

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  • Education
    Community Art Project at Pield Heath

    Students from Pield Heath House RC School have recently been working with The Arts Society - Hillingdon on a 'Young Arts' Community Art Project. Local artist Christine Smith has been helping the students create a mosaic of the school logo. T...

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