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  • Vocations
    Bidding Farewell to Fr FrancescoBidding Farewell to Fr Francesco

    by Fr Antonio Ritaccio On Monday 30th October at Westminster Cathedral Cardinal Vincent presided over a Mass of thanksgiving, for the contributions that Fr Francesco Donega has made to the diocese over the past 23 years, most recently as Rector o...

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  • Vocations
    Sister Marissa’s commitment to a life of love and service

    On October 29th at Nazareth House East Finchley, Bishop John Sherrington presided at the Solemn Mass of Final Vows, of Sister Marissa Barona CSN. Present for this special day were Sr Marissa’s family from the Philippines, America and Paris and t...

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  • Main News
    Child Dignity in the Digital Age

    In early October a world congress on Child Dignity in the Digital Age was held in Rome to address the impact of the internet on children. The Declaration of Rome, issued at the congress, emphasised that ‘in this era of the internet the world fac...

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  • Main News
    Calais: Speaking up for young migrants

    Following a visit to Calais in November, Bishop Paul McAleenan, Lead Bishop for Asylum and Migration for England and Wales, and Bishop William Nolan, President of Justice and Peace Scotland, issued a joint statement drawing attention to the plight...

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  • Main News
    London Fire Brigade Carol Service

    On Monday 4th November the annual London Fire Brigade Christmas carol service took place at Westminster Cathedral. Joining firefighters, staff, retirees and their families was HRH Prince Harry, who met some of the men and women of the LFB after th...

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  • Education
    Acrylic Art for Remembrance Day at St Paul’s Sunbury

    The students and staff of St Paul’s Catholic College in Sunbury wanted to mark Remembrance Day in a unique manner this year.  Inspired by the wonderful display created at the Tower of London a couple of years ago, Tom Collett, Head of Design an...

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  • Education
    St Anthony’s School for Girls Celebrates National Parliament Week

    St Anthony’s School for Girls marked National UK Parliament Week with a range of explorative and educational activities. Pupils explored the election process by holding their own student council election to vote in a student councillor for eac...

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  • Main News
    Red Wednesday Shines a Light on Christian Persecution

    Buildings across the world were lit up red on Wednesday 22 The crowd gathered outside the cathedral heard witness testimonies, music, and speeches by Coptic Orthodox Bishop Angaelos, Neville Kyrke-Smith, National Director of Aid to the Church i...

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    Standing up for Catholic Education

    Catholics are being asked to show their concern about the future of Catholic education by petitioning the Education Secretary to ask for the Government to fulfil its manifesto promise to remove the cap which currently limits the number of Catholic...

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    World Day of the Poor Resources by CSAN

    Pope Francis has instituted a World Day for the Poor, to be celebrated on the 33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time one week before the Feast of Christ the King. This year the Day falls on 19th November 2017. In his message for this first World Day for the...

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