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  • Main News
    Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together

    Pope Francis and Sheik Ahmad el-Tayeb, grand imam of Egypt's al-Azhar mosque and university, who is a leading religious authority for many Sunni Muslims around the world, both signed Although the document is mainly about Christian-Muslim relati...

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    Where art and faith meet

    On 21 Dr Finaldi wove an exciting path through the ages, showing how the image of Christ, in a secular age, can transcend set beliefs and capture the imagination of the viewer, demonstrating the perpetual relevance and fascination with the life...

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    Cardinal offers condolences following Christchurch mosque attacks

    Following terror attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which left 49 people dead on 15 'I am writing to offer my sincere condolences following the terror attack on two mosques in the city of Christchurch. These attacks have shock...

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    Cardinal Hume Centre: Every person matters here

    The Cardinal Hume Centre, which has transformed the lives of so many people living with poverty and homelessness, celebrated the completion of a £1m rebuild project on 28 Thanking all who were involved in this ‘fantastic achievement’, he s...

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    Over 400 adults welcomed at the Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion

    Over 400 people from 93 parishes gathered at Westminster Cathedral on 9 During the Rite of Election the Cardinal declared over 200 catechumens to be ready and to have been chosen by the community, as the Elect, to go forward to prepare for the ...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Lent in One Minute

    Lent is a gift to prepare us to celebrate Easter worthily. It is a time in which we can reflect more deeply on our spiritual and temporal life. In daily life we tend to make things more complex than they need be, rather than to place simplicity at...

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    Cardinal's Lenten Appeal: Fighting Food Poverty

    Just before the start of Lent, Cardinal Vincent launched his annual Lenten Appeal, which this year focuses on the problem of food poverty and food insecurity. At the same time, he announced the launch of a new food relief initiative across the Dio...

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    St Turibius of Mogrovejo

    Turibius was the second son of the Lord of Mogrovejo, born in Spain on 16 He was raised in a religious household but never felt a calling to the religious life. Instead, he studied law and became a professor at the distinguished University of S...

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    Inside the Hospice: Long live Change

    By Fr Peter-Michael Scott I cannot lay claim to the following observation, it was made by a great priest, and I am sure people reading this will instantly recognise him: ‘ Hospice, it may surprise you, is also about change. There is anothe...

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    The Throne of Mercy: Devotional art in Parsons Green

    by Fr Michael Daley, Parish Priest of Holy Cross, Parsons Green Pope Leo XIII On Sunday 3rd February 2019, a new piece of art by the renowned religious iconographer and sculptor Stephen Foster, entitled the ‘Throne of Mercy’ was solemnl...

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