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    Being Black and CatholicBeing Black and Catholic

    The events of the past few months, where the reality of racism has been thrown into the spotlight, have highlighted the urgent need to tackle prejudice in the world and to promote the dignity of every person. In his message for World Communication...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Rekindling the love in married life

    All marriages experience times of stress and disconnection. This is normal. At other times we need to love, help and support of others. Our thanks to Cathy & Clive Jones of Retrouvaille UK for this article Call Retrouvaille on Email ; ...

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    St Benedict’s pupils raise nearly £3,000 for foodbanks

    Pupils and staff at St Benedict’s  School in Ealing  have raised almost £3,000 for the Trussell Trust, a charity which runs a network of foodbanks in the UK. Children in all year groups at the school, from nursery to the Sixth Form,  have...

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    Bishop Sherrington cautions against 'abortion on demand' bill amendment

    Bishop John Sherrington, the lead Catholic Bishop for Life Issues, has commented on a proposed amendment to the Domestic Abuse Bill that, if tabled, would repeal sections 58 and 59 of the 1981 Offences Against the Persons Act and 'result in the in...

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    Pope’s prayer intention for July: For families

    As we pass ed  the year’s longest day last month, many  families  felt that  this was   the longest y ear  ever  as so many  suffered  at various  levels  from the effects of the pandemic.   Families  griev ed the loss of beloved  ...

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    Caritas Bakhita House celebrates five years of project

    This week, Caritas  Bakhita  House celebrates its  fifth  birthday .  The house opened on   30 t h   June 2015   with a mission to  provide  safe accommodation  and   support  for   women escaping human trafficking , sexual exploitat...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Marriage Care at 75 - always here for you

    Lockdown might be easing but the needs for couples and families are not. MFL Westminster are inviting different voices  to share their insights to help support and nourish marriage and family life. Marriage Care   Now in its 75   The etho...

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    Canon Christopher Tuckwell RIP

    It is with sadness that we announce the news of the death earlier this evening, 26 Canon Christopher was born in Kingston upon Thames on 25 Sympathy is extended to Canon Christopher’s family and friends, and to the clergy and parishioners ...

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    Caritas Westminster supports COVID-19 money advice training

    Within weeks  of  the s tart of lockdown,  the  Caritas Westminster  team  was hearing  stories of individuals and fami lies   whose financial circu m stances  had b een   affected  by  COVID-19 , whether through job loss ,  furlough,...

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    Archbishops' message to the faithful about the celebration of public liturgies

    Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. On Tuesday we heard the announcement that, from the 4 The recent reopening of our churches for individual private prayer was an import...

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