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    Fr Robert Barry RIP Fr Robert Barry RIP

    Fr Bob Barry died peacefully on Saturday 15 December, at Northwick Park Hospital with members of his family at his bedside. Fr Bob was visited by Bishop John Sherrington shortly before he died.  Fr Bob was born in January 1945 and Ordained to ...

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    EU Settlement Scheme

    Bishop Paul McAleenan has issued a statement on behalf of the Bishops of England and Wales about the government’s forthcoming Settlement Scheme for EU citizens living in the UK. Any EU citizen wishing to remain in the UK after Brexit (with the e...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Grow through Advent as a family

    Advent is a time of joy and expectation. Those two words are reminders of what should always be at the core of our marriages and family life: joy in simply being together and in realising the expectation that, as we grow together as a couple and a...

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    A visit of Christian solidarity to Iraq

    The whole trip was a mixture of inspiration, shock and surprise. To be actually in the place which we hear so much about and to witness the extent of the destruction, not only of entire villages but of cemeteries and churches riddled with bullet h...

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    Redemption in the form of a knife bin

    On 28 Parishioners read out the names of those who have died and lit candles to remember them. This event also marked the installation of a new weapons disposal bin in the parish grounds, allowing those who no longer wish to carry knives to dispo...

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    Putting love into practice

    World Day of the Poor and Mitzvah Day fall on the same Sunday, and to mark the occasion Caritas Westminster and the organisers of Mitzvah Day engaged six schools in North London in a social action project. The schools, three Jewish (Noam Primary, ...

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    #RedWednesday shines a light on Christian persecution

    Buildings across the world were lit up red on Wednesday 28th November to raise awareness of the plight of persecuted Christians around the world, particularly in the Middle East. The campaign, run by Aid to the Church in Need, is called #RedWednes...

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    Developing confidence through peer mentoring at St Thomas More

    St Thomas More School, in Wood Green, has been running a peer mentoring programme for the past two years, involving over 50 mentors, who provide younger pupils with support, guidance, friendship and reinforcement. The programme is designed to cont...

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    RHS winners receive VIP visit to school Eco Garden

    Frances Tophill, BBC Gardeners’ World presenter and judge for the RHS’s Campaign for School Gardening, paid a visit to St Gregory’s Catholic Science College to congratulate pupils on their success on winning the RHS School Gardening Team of ...

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    Green-fingered school pupils' community planting project

    Pupils from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College and Uxendon Manor Primary School in Kenton, joined forces to plant hundreds of daffodil bulbs and crocus corms in Woodcock Park. Veolia, the company which manages Brent’s parks, supplied the d...

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