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  • Marriage & Family
    Photo from 2019 Mass for Matrimony (Weenson Oo/Picture-u-net)Marriage Care appoints new Chair

    This January marks a moment of change as my predecessor Kit Dollard hands on the baton of responsibility to serve as Chair of Marriage Care. Saying ‘goodbye’ is both a bittersweet moment as a friend moves on and the opportunity to look back...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Marriage Care appoints new Chairman

    The Diocese our pleased to announce that Deacon Roger Carr-Jones, our Marriage and Family Life Coordinator has been appointed as the next Chairman of Marriage Care Read below for his thoughts on this new appointment   This January marks ...

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  • Main News
    Thomas Aquinas: A Saint and Sardines

    “You have written well of me, Thomas: what gift would you have?” The figure of the Lord addressed St Thomas Aquinas from the crucifix. This was one of very few mystical experiences in Thomas’ life, though he was a man who made...

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    New Rector for the National Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham

    The Rt Rev Mgr Canon Philip Moger is to become the next Rector of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk. He will take up his new responsibilities in September 2020. Mgr Moger’s appointment follows the end of the five year ter...

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  • Main News
    St Ignatius College celebrates 125 years

    On 24 Bishop John Sherrington presided at the Mass of Thanksgiving, which was attended by the whole school. The homily was delivered by Bishop Peter Doyle, Bishop of Northampton, a former pupil of St Ignatius College. St Ignatius College has pro...

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  • Archbishop
    Bishops stand against anti-Semitism and appeal for reconciliation and peace

    On the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, the Presidency of the Council of European Bishops' Conferences (CCEE) and the President of the Commission of the Bishops' Conferences of the European Union (CO...

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  • Main News
    City churches to sign ecumenical partnership

    Four churches in and around the City of London will consolidate over 15 years of working together by signing an Ecumenical Partnership on Thursday 23 The various church councils of Jewin Welsh Presbyterian Church, the Anglican St Giles’ Cripp...

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  • Main News
    Strategic review of sacred music in the mission of Westminster Cathedral

    The Diocese of Westminster is undertaking a strategic review of the role of sacred music in the mission of Westminster Cathedral. The musical tradition of Westminster Cathedral, in its excellence, constitutes a crucial and powerful part of the mis...

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  • Vocations
    Br Ritche Podador ordained Deacon by Bishop John

    My dear brother, Ritche, Today we rejoice in your ordination to the diaconate both in the Order and as a step on your journey towards priesthood. It is a moment to pause and consider the promises you make as a deacon and the service to which yo...

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  • Main News
    Mgr Charles John Klyberg RIP

    With sadness we announce the death of Mgr Charles John Klyberg. He died peacefully on 16 Mgr Klyberg was born in July 1931 and ordained as an Anglican priest, then bishop, before his reception as a Catholic and ordination to the priesthood in D...

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