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    Cardinal's Statement following IICSA Report into Archdiocese of BirminghamCardinal's Statement following IICSA Report into Archdiocese of Birmingham

    The Independent Inquiry - Child Sex Abuse (IICSA) Report into the Archdiocese of Birmingham covers a period of 70 years. One of its overall conclusions is that the response of the Archdiocese to the sexual abuse of children was to care more about ...

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    Celebrating 140 Years at St Aloysius College

    Past and present students, staff and parents gathered at St Joseph’s Highgate to give thanks on the 140 The school was founded in 1879 by the Brothers of Our Lady of Mercy on the site in Hornsey Lane, Highgate, where it still stands. Over the y...

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    The Solemn Mass of Dedication of the New Altar at Farm Street

    The Solemn Mass of Dedication of the new altar at the Jesuit Church of The Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, will be celebrated by the Rt Rev Nicholas Hudson, Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster for Central and East London, on Wednesday 19 The ne...

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  • Vocations
    Life to the Full

    As Leicester Square bustled with its normal Saturday buzz, seminarians from Allen Hall and young men seeking vocations to the priesthood in Westminster joined the Spirit in the City team for an exciting day of evangelisation. The annual event b...

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    'Allow Holy Spirit to shape your life,' Bishop Sherrington tells men admitted to candidacy

    On Saturday 25th May, Tim Mangatal and Matteo di Giuseppe from Westminster and Anthony Asomugha from East Anglia were admitted to Candidacy during a Mass celebrated by Bishop John Sherrington at Allen Hall on the memorial of St Bede the Venerable....

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    Launch of the First new Catholic Academy Trust within the Diocese of Westminster

    As the new season of Spring 2019 heralds change and renewal the message from four schools in Harrow is also about change as they become academies. In line with the approval of and direction from the Trustees of the Diocese of Westminster St. John ...

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    Bart, the St Benedict’s Therapy Dog

    St Benedict’s, Ealing, has introduced a therapy dog to the school, to help pupils with exam nerves. Bart, a very friendly 7 year-old Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen, has taken up residence at St Benedict's School in Ealing, where he is more than ...

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    Over 700 gather at Westminster Cathedral for 'Mini Vinnie' Mass

    By Anita Boniface  On Tuesday 11 Mini Vinnies programme is the youngest of the Young Vincentian Programmes which are run in schools and in parishes around the country. Children, aged 7 to 11, are encouraged to ‘see, think, do’ something abo...

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    St Benedict's School, Ealing celebrates a record number of Duke of Edinburgh's Awards

    The scheme is open to pupils from Year 9 onwards and encourages students to participate in increasingly challenging expeditions to achieve either a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award. Each award takes pupils out of their comfort zone, teaching them map ...

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    Our Eucharistic Journey

    Written by Elaine Arundell, Primary RE Adviser for the Education Service On Corpus Christi 2018, the Westminster Diocese Education Service launched their initiative Numerous head teachers have reported that Adoration, which has been introduced o...

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