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    Society is full of generosity and compassion, says CardinalSociety is full of generosity and compassion, says Cardinal

    In his homily at Midnight Mass at Westminster Cathedral, Cardinal Vincent likened the countless Christmas lights to the ‘countless acts of kindness that so characterise our society’. He said that, despite difficult times and an absence of cons...

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  • Archbishop
    Society is full of generosity and compassion, says Cardinal

    In his homily at Midnight Mass at Westminster Cathedral, Cardinal Vincent likened the countless Christmas lights to the ‘countless acts of kindness that so characterise our society’. He said that, despite difficult times and an absence of cons...

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    Keeping the Human at the Centre

    I will never forget my visit to the German cemetery at Ypres.  It was just before the Armistice centenary. I was with bishops from the twenty-eight member-countries of the European Union to commemorate the dead who lay all around us. Each bishop ...

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    Welcome Back

    There is a life-sized image of the Divine Mercy on a wall opposite a church in a town in Northern Iraq. Underneath the picture of Christ with his outstretched arms there are two words, ‘Welcome Back’.  It is in a town where Daesh demolished h...

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    The Word was made flesh here

    It was a great blessing for me to lead this year’s diocesan pilgrimage to the Holy Land. At the time of writing, I have been back for just a few days. The sights and experiences are fresh in my mind and heart. Not least among them is the Church ...

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    The light of Christ breaking into the darkness

    #Red Wednesday, marked on the last Wednesday of November, raised awareness of the threats to religious freedom in many parts of the world. The red floodlighting of many buildings, including Marble Arch, Lambeth Palace, the Houses of Parliament and...

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    At The Stroke of Midnight

    We all become like children on Christmas Eve. Despite the pressures and expectations, it is hard not to revert to a state of excited anticipation. Rather like Holy Saturday, the day is completely orientated to the one that follows: a time of last ...

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    St Gregory’s pupil wins Mayor of London's Christmas Card competition

    Over 1,000 school pupils from across London entered this year’s competition to design the Mayor of London’s Christmas card. The winning design, printed onto the Mayor’s Christmas card, is sent to dignitaries across the world, including the Q...

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    St Joseph's unveils a new stained glass window

    The parents and children of St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary school in Willesden have had more cause to celebrate this week. Further to moving into the school building three years after the fire in September 2015, then recently receiving th...

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    Faith in action at Newman Catholic College

    Newman Catholic College and The US Charitable Trust raised £2000 in the last few days of term to buy presents for the most vulnerable families in our community. Each family received a package of food, toiletries and vouchers. The items were purc...

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