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  • Education
    St Thomas More Pupil Wins Regional Finals of 'Speak Out' ChallengeSt Thomas More Pupil Wins Regional Finals of 'Speak Out' Challenge

    On Tuesday 31st January, pupils from St Thomas More Catholic School competed in the Haringey Regional Finals of Jack Petchey’s ‘Speak Out’ Challenge, with Lin Ly, Year 10, scooping top prize! Lin Ly impressed the judges with her winning spee...

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  • Education
    Top Class Performance of 'Annie' at St Thomas More School

    Last week, St Thomas More Catholic School pupils took to the stage to perform this year’s ‘sell out’ production of Annie. Pupils from across the year groups took on the challenging roles and performed five shows to staff, pupils, local prima...

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  • Marriage & Family
    National Marriage Week

    National Marriage Week celebrates its 20   Celebrated from 7th to 14th February, the week’s aim is to draw attention to the value of marriage, for individuals, family life and civil society.  Everyone is invited to take part in the celebratio...

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  • Marriage & Family
    New Marriage Preparation Guidelines Introduced

    In a complex world where the reality is that not all marriages last, and on-going support is essential, Pope Francis in his Apostolic Exhortation By saying ‘I do’ the couple begin a journey that calls for great courage, generosity and commi...

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  • Archbishop
    Cardinal Vincent Pays Tribute to Departing Nuncio

    In a thanksgiving Mass for the Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Antonio Mennini, celebrated at Westminster Cathedral on 6th February, Cardinal Vincent paid tribute to him as he comes to the end of his post in the UK. Speaking on behalf of the Bisho...

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  • Archbishop
    Cardinal Vincent Encourages Community Sponsorship Scheme Amid Trump Travel Ban

    On Sunday 5 February Cardinal Vincent spoke on the BBC Radio 4 Westminster Hour about the executive order issued by President Trump which suspends the refugee acceptance programme for 120 days, prioritises refugee claims of religious-based persecu...

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  • Archbishop
    Cardinal Vincent Named Patron of St Joseph's Hospice

    Cardinal Vincent has agreed to become Patron of St Joseph’s Hospice in Hackney. St Joseph’s, one of the oldest hospices in the country, was founded by the Religious Sisters of Charity in 1900. They were invited to Hackney by the then Archbisho...

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  • Main News
    Diocese Joins Churches Mutual Credit Union

    The Diocese of Westminster has become a member of the Churches Mutual Credit Union (CMCU). CMCU voted at their annual general meeting on 27 January to extend the common bond to include members of the Catholic Church in England and Wales and in Sco...

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  • Main News
    'Justice Violated and Hardship Imposed' by Trump Travel Ban

    Reacting to the recent travel ban imposed by US President Donald Trump on nationals from seven countries, Bishop Paul McAleenan said: 'What has President Trump’s travel ban achieved? Initially amazement and confusion, now as it is enforced extr...

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  • Education
    St Martha’s 70th Anniversary Founder’s Day Mass

    2017 is a very significant year for St Martha’s School. Although the school was founded by the Sisters of St Martha in 1903, the senior school moved to its current location in Hadley Wood in 1947 and so this year marks the school’s 70 Event...

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