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    Picture credit: Mazur/catholicnews.org.ukBishop advocates for time limit on immigration detention

    Bishop Paul McAleenan has called for MPs to support a 28-day time limit on immigration detention, saying that detaining people indefinitely ‘does not reflect the justice due to every person that we as a nation pride ourselves on upholding’. I...

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    Did you arrive in Britain on a Kindertransport?

    If you or someone you know were a child of the Kindertransport who was classed as a Jew under the Nuremburg laws but who subsequently practised Christianity, either by choice or as a result of your host families or spouse being of the Christian fa...

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    Prayer: New home for sculpture in Chiswick

    by Fr Michael Dunne, Parish Priest of Our Lady of Grace, Chiswick Prayer is normally an activity, the raising of the heart and mind to God, or it can be, more contemplatively, a resting in the Lord, more a state of being. But in our church it i...

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    Holy Family Pilgrimage to Egypt

    Archbishop Angaelos led an ecumenical group on pilgrimage to Egypt from 27th January to 1st February 2019. The group consisted of representatives from the Church of England, the Catholic Church (among them Fr Dominic Robinson from Farm Street), th...

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    St Gregory’s Pupil Wins Regional Final at the Jack Petchey Speak Out! Challenge

    Princilla Agyemang, age 14, from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College in Kenton, Harrow, beat 740 pupils across Brent to win the regional final of the Jack Petchey Speak Out! Challenge on January 23rd. Princilla impressed a large and distingui...

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    ‘A pleasure to hear so many young people’

    So said Solicitor Penny Carey, Dean of Law School, University of Hertfordshire, and Chair of judges for the fourth Province 14 Catenian Association Sixth Form Public Speaking Challenge. ‘The standard this year was even higher and with more schoo...

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    Pope's Prayer Intention: March

    By Fr David Stewart SJ Once again the Holy Father invites us to join our hearts to his, and together to Christ’s, praying about the concerns that face humanity and church. The purpose of this, his personal network of prayer, is to mobilise ou...

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    Cardinal Reflects on the Vatican Summit on the Protection of Minors

    It was an important meeting, attended by every president of a bishops’ conference from around the world, together with Religious leaders. There was something like 140-plus countries represented, considering this drama, this terrible tragedy of c...

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    In recognition of priestly service at St Theodore’s

    By Sr Marian Ward In recognition of Fr Bernard Boylan’s dedication and commitment of nearly twenty-four years as Parish Priest, a farewell party was organised by the parishioners of St Theodore of Canterbury Church, Hampton-on-Thames, a wonde...

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    Finding God in moments of twilight

    By Deacon Roger Carr-Jones, Marriage and Family Life Coordinator It is always something of a relief when the dark nights begin to fade into memory, and we get to enjoy that great speciality of England: the joy of twilight. Twilight is that in-b...

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