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    Education Secretary and Ofsted Chief Inspector visit St Agnes’ SchoolEducation Secretary and Ofsted Chief Inspector visit St Agnes’ School

    On 9th January, St Agnes’ Catholic Primary School in Cricklewood welcomed the Secretary of State for Education, Gavin Williamson and Ofsted Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman to the school. The two distinguished guests congratulated Headteacher Su...

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    Hackney Deputy Mayor praises Our Lady’s Christmas hampers

    Students at Our Lady’s Catholic High School in Hackney contributed their creative and material resources throughout December to help provide 152 food hampers for people in need during the Christmas season. The initiative received praise from the...

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    Youth 2000 celebrates the New Year with Bishop John

    Over New Year's, Youth 2000 held their annual conference to see in 2020, around the theme of ‘Behold, I am making all things New’ (Revelation 21:5). Taking place for the first time at our diocesan parish of Mary Immaculate and St Gregory’s i...

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    Cardinal Vincent welcomes new Bishop of Northampton

    Cardinal Vincent has welcomed Pope Francis’ appointment of Canon David Oakley as the thirteenth Bishop of Northampton. Canon David Oakley is a priest of the Archdiocese of Birmingham and has served as Rector at St Mary’s College, Oscott sin...

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    Westminster Cathedral Master of Music

    Yesterday it was announced: " It is with regret that we announce the resignation of Martin Baker as Master of Music at Westminster Cathedral with effect from 31 December 2019. We take the opportunity to thank him for his dedication and service ove...

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    The Legion of Mary celebrates 90th anniversary

    It was in Hammersmith in 1929 that the Legion of Mary was established for the first time in England. So it was to Hammersmith that Bishop Nicholas Hudson returned on 7 The Legion of Mary had been born just eight years earlier in Dublin and conf...

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    Pope’s prayer intention for January: Peace in the world

    Each new calendar year begins, for the Holy Father and for all Catholic Christians, with a heartfelt plea for peace. Pope Paul VI proposed that January 1st, the Solemnity of Mary, the mother of God, be dedicated to the cause of universal peace, an...

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    Cardinal: 'Called to be a Sacrament of the World'

    In his homily on Christmas Eve, Cardinal Vincent welcomed those attending Midnight Mass at Westminster Cathedral to the 'great gathering of people,' saying 'it is good to know that we belong' and that 'gathered from all over the world, we have the...

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    Cardinal's Christmas reflection: 'Destined for eternal glory'

    Advent and Christmas fill my mind with so many words and images. I think of the shepherd fields of Bethlehem, dusty and rocky, in the shadow of the prosperous and well-supplied Israeli settlements. I think of millions of children born into s...

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    Bakhita House Christmas message: ‘Christmas is a time to celebrate new beginnings’

    Christmas time has many different meanings. But most of us know that Christmas is connected to a birth! Caritas Bakhita House is about new beginnings too. Freedom from exploitation brings many hurdles to overcome. It is a new journey which i...

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