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    Letter of His Holiness Pope Francis to the People of GodLetter of His Holiness Pope Francis to the People of God

    'If one member suffers, all suffer together with it' (1 Cor 12:26). These words of Saint Paul forcefully echo in my heart as I acknowledge once more the suffering endured by many minors due to sexual abuse, the abuse of power and the abuse of cons...

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    Walk in the Shoes of Refugees

    On Wednesday 15 Over 40,000 CAFOD supporters have been inspired by Pope Francis’ message to welcome the stranger. In solidarity with people on the move, they have walked nearly 100,000 miles. Some of the shoes places outside the Cathedral wer...

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    Vatican Cricket XI spread the light of faith in London

    By Fr Sameer Advani LC Manager of the St Peter’s XI Priests, deacons, and seminarians from Rome, representing the Vatican (St Peter’s) Cricket Team, were in England on their 4 Founded in 2014 to promote inter-religious, ecumenical, an.....

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  • Marriage & Family
    Relics of Ss Louis and Zélie Martin and St Thérèse of Lisieux at World Meeting of Families 2018

    The Carmelites have arranged that the relics of Saints Louis and Zélie Martin, and their youngest daughter, Saint Thérèse, will come from Lisieux to Ireland to coincide with the World Meeting of Families 2018. The Relics will be at the WMOF2...

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  • Marriage & Family
    New Marriage and Family Life Coordinator for the Westminster Diocese

      

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  • Vocations
    Celebrating 60 years of Priesthood

    On Friday 13 In his homily, Bishop Mark reflected, ‘Sixty years a priest is indeed a milestone, and one for which I give grateful thanks to Almighty God,’ for the ‘opportunities…afforded to minister and serve his people.’ He shared th...

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    A pilgrimage of discovery in Spain

     An early start on 11 The following morning the monastic bells roused us from our sleep and we participated in Lauds with the monks. The mist rising from the mountains offered a majestic sight as we spent the morning exploring the surrounding ar...

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    Bishop John Wilson defends rights of patients in vegetative state

    On 30 A person in a persistent vegetative state exists in an altered state of consciousness following some kind of trauma. The person breathes without assistance and follows patterns of sleeping and waking, although without any detectable exter...

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  • Vocations
    Priestly ordination of Rev Antonio Pineda

    On Saturday 28 Taking the mosaic in the chapel at the College of St Philip Neri offering his blessing to the priests about to depart for the English Mission in the sixteenth century as the starting point for his homily, the Cardinal preached on...

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    L'Arche London celebrates 40 years

    L’Arche London concluded its 40 More than two hundred people with and without learning disabilities came together for a joyful and vibrant celebration, led by the Movement in Worship dancers and drummers.  Friends of L’Arche London, some of...

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