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  • Vocations
    This good work: My first year of priesthoodThis good work: My first year of priesthood

    By Fr Michael Maguire This time last year my whole life was turned upside down! Why? Because in June 2017, the Nativity of John the Baptist, a life-long dream of mine became a reality.  The Holy Spirit took control of my life in a new and exci...

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  • Main News
    Pope's Prayer Intention: Praying for our Priests

    By Fr David Stewart SJ Every priest, at some point, will recognise this statement, usually uttered in all innocence: ‘Ah, but Sunday’s your busy day, isn’t it, Father?’ Rarely would this be said with any malice, although maybe with a li...

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  • Vocations
    Cardinal ordains six new priests

    On Saturday 30   Reflecting on the importance of memory in the journey of faith, Cardinal Vincent invoked the memory of St John Southworth, ‘one of the giants on whose should we stand’, who ‘moved around these streets, administering forgiv...

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  • Marriage & Family
    'Joy for the World' A day for everyone involved in Marriage and Family Ministry

     

     

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    The Legacy of the English College, Douai

    In the first of two articles commemorating the foundation of 450th anniversary of the English College in Douai, Fr Nicholas Schofield, Diocesan Archivist, relates the story of its establishment and some of the developments that have left a lasting...

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  • Main News
    Welcome refugees, says Bishop Paul

    For World Refugee Day, 20th June, Bishop Paul McAleenan has called on society ‘to reflect on how we can better help refugees, both through welcoming them into our society and communities, and through supporting refugees globally…a society is j...

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    Barnet hosts Interfaith Iftar

    An Interfaith Iftar evening was hosted by North Finchley Mosque on Sunday 10th June in association with Barnet Multi Faith Forum (BMFF) and other religious communities. The breaking of bread with people from different faiths was an opportunity to ...

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    Working for safer streets at St Mellitus, Tollington Park

    In the last year the Capital has seen a 21% increase in knife crime, according to figures from the Metropolitan Police. Between January and April 2018 alone this has included 1,296 stabbings, 46 of them fatal, contributing to London’s murder rat...

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    St Casmir’s retreat nurtures fullness of joy

    Climate change has been at the forefront of media coverage and is one of the top political topics, occupying the attention of many. This is all for the right reasons. There is, however, another at least equally significant global challenge faced ...

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  • Education
    Breakfast time at Douay Martyrs

    With breakfast being the most important meal of the day, Douay Martyrs Catholic School, Ickenham, used breakfast time to help foster a strong sense of community, a supportive atmosphere and sustained interaction between staff and students by coord...

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