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  • Marriage & Family
    Always make sure that a ‘tweet’ is sweetAlways make sure that a ‘tweet’ is sweet

    Use of twitter is a recent innovation for the Evangelisation Agency, of which the Marriage and Family Life ministry is a part, yet it comes as a helpful reminder that a few good words at the beginning of a day do make a difference. Using twitter h...

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  • Archbishop
    Contemplating the Holy Spirit in music

    Ahead of the world premiere of his Symphony No.5: ‘Le grand Inconnu’ (The Great Unknown), Sir James McMillan and Cardinal Vincent contemplate the mystery of the Holy Spirit and the exploration of representations of the Holy Spirit in music. ...

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  • Main News
    Praying for seafarers

    On Thursday 26 Recent events involving the capture and detention of ships in the Middle East have piled stress and anxiety on seafarers who are just going about doing their jobs. Such incidents not only affect the seafarers but also their familie...

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  • Main News
    Fr Christopher Gawecki RIP

    It is with sadness that we announce the death of Fr Christopher Gawecki, who died at home peacefully yesterday evening, Sunday 4 Fr Christopher was with his sister, and supported by members of his family and the parish priest of Putney, Canon M...

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  • Main News
    Immaculate Heart Procession in Kensington

    On June 29 During the afternoon, Fr Richard Nesbitt, WAF Westminster spiritual director, spoke of the powerful experience of being enfolded and immersed in the sacred heart of Jesus and the immaculate heart of Mary. Fr John Williamson, former p...

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  • Main News
    Papal Medal for Cockfosters Parishioner

    On Saturday 13 Bishop John celebrated mass with parish priest Father Christopher Brunet. During Mass a Papal Benemerenti medal was presented to parishioner Patrick McKeown for his service to the church. Patrick is a longstanding parishioner at ...

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  • Main News
    A Sundial on the Hill at St Augustine's Priory, Ealing

    St Augustine’s Priory school has installed a sundial. The school and its extensive grounds overlook the Surrey Hills and are therefore a perfect spot for the location of the new sundial at St Augustine’s Priory, an independent school for girls...

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  • Main News
    Cause for the Beatification of John Bradburne to Proceed

    On July 1 John Bradburne, born in Skirwith, Cumbria, in 1921, a third-order Franciscan, was killed in Rhodesia in 1979 for refusing to abandon the lepers he had looked after for many years. Since his death, the leprosy settlement where he worke...

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  • Main News
    Charity Running at St Dominic's

    Staff and students of St Dominic’s Sixth Form College, Harrow have given their time over two consecutive weekends to raise funds for two great charity causes. Firstly, 40 members of the college community, including staff, ex-students, and fri...

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  • Main News
    Fr Patrick Foley's Retirement Celebration

    On Saturday 13th July, the parish of St Helen's Church in Watford celebrated the retirement of the much loved priest Fr Pat Foley, who is considered by his parishioners to be one of the finest and dedicated priests of the Diocese. Fr Pat, from...

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