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    A 'beautiful and happy year'A 'beautiful and happy year'

    by Ellen Teague As more than 1,000 disabled children and their groups left the annual HCPT Trust Mass in Lourdes during Easter Week, the President of HCPT described this year’s celebration as ‘another beautiful and happy year’. Archbishop Le...

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    Hospice gives thanks to Fr Paul

    A number of parishioners from St Thomas More, Swiss Cottage, gathered at the Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead. The hospice wanted to thank our Assistant Priest Fr Paul Diaper and present him with a gift for his contribution and commitment to Marie C...

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    Chaplain’s vital work with seafarers

    Last September, Wojciech Holub, Stella Maris, Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) chaplain to the port of Tilbury on the Thames in Essex, provided pastoral support to the crew of the chemical and oil tanker ‘The crew were terribly distraught and overc...

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    'Our Eucharistic Journey' Mass

    On Tuesday 18June representatives from 14 diocesan schools joined Cardinal Vincent at Westminster Cathedral for a celebration of Mass, ending the year-long ‘Our Eucharistic Journey’ initiative, the diocesan response to Adoremus.

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    A church in celebration

    On 4 In 2017 the church’s current Parish Priest, Fr Guy Sawyer set out on a mission to mark in May 2019 the 125 On Friday, 24 On Sunday, 23 After the consecration, the parish family gathered socially with the Cardinal; it was, ‘a church in...

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    Bringing Light to the Darkness: Rosary Shrine opens new Rosary Garden

    by Fr Lawrence Lew OP   The Dominican friars have been propagators of the devotion of the Holy Rosary for centuries. Indeed tradition holds that Our Lady gave the Rosary to St Dominic, and, for almost 800 years, the Dominicans have been preaching...

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    Deep roots to the Spirit

    Evangelisation is first and foremost about an encounter with Jesus Christ. For many who passed through Trafalgar Square on Pentecost Sunday, it would have been just that: an encounter, maybe for the first time, through his disciples, with Jesus Ch...

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    Pope's Prayer Intention: July 2019

    by Fr David Stewart SJ   At the end of June, the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network gathered in Rome to celebrate 175 years since its founding. From those early days in France, this pontifical service has grown to become the Church’s largest p...

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    Christian marriage is worth celebrating

    Marriage and Family Life Coordinator Did you know that in June over 600 couples, each called to be missionary disciples in their different ways, attended our Mass of Thanksgiving for Matrimony? I was fortunate to meet a number of couples and to s...

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    Bishop John Sherrington urges Catholics to contact MPs to save unborn lives

    'Early next week Parliament will consider the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill, and we are expecting amendments to legalise abortion in Northern Ireland. 'This is the most serious threat to the life of the unborn child in modern times....

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