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    Feastday of St Cecilia; Joe WellsFeastday of St Cecilia; Joe Wells

    The 22nd November is host to the celebration of one of the most venerated martyrs of Christian antiquity, St Cecilia. Patroness of church music, she was celebrated as far back as the fourth century. For her feastday this year, we have invited J...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Teeming with Joy

    If you are not familiar with Teams, this is an international lay movement in the Catholic Church, designed to enrich ‘married spirituality’, helping to make good Christian marriages even better by growing the graces received in sacramental mar...

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    Vietnam school trip teaches lesson in human determination

    In October 2019, St Benedict's History department led a school trip to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Students from Years 11 and 13 enjoyed stunning scenery and returned with an enriched understanding of Vietnamese history and culture. On day one of...

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    St Augustine’s, Hammersmith wins UK Church Architecture Award

    A project by Roz Barr Architects to restore and refurbish St Augustine’s Roman Catholic church, an unlisted Edwardian church in Hammersmith, London, won the 2019 Presidents’ Award, given for new church buildings and new designs in re-ordering,...

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    Harrow students trained to tackle bullying with The Diana Award

    On October 29th, 100 students took part in a one-day anti-bullying training session run by The Diana Award at St Dominic’s Sixth Form College in Harrow. Young people from nine local schools, aged 14 to 17, worked together and acquired vital skil...

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    Remembering our deceased clergy

    At the annual Requiem for deceased clergy at Westminster Cathedral on 7 Presiding at the Mass, Cardinal Vincent recalled the names of the priests who have died in the past year:  Frs Robert Barry, Seamus Nocter, Adrian Walker, Gerry Burke, Denis...

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    St Gregory’s creates Remembrance Day tribute

    During the week leading up to Remembrance Day this year, pupils from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College placed over 550 commemorative crosses in the school’s prayer garden. Every pupil in years 7, 8 and 9 made a small wooden cross and po...

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    Catholic members of the Forces mark Remembrance Sunday

    On Sunday 10 The homily was delivered by Rev Deacon David Skillen, Principal Catholic Chaplain to the RAF. After Communion, Bishop Nicholas led the Act of Remembrance. This began with a prayer for ‘those who have died for their country in war...

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    Deceased police officers and staff remembered at Westminster Cathedral

    Police officers and police staff who have died were remembered at Westminster Cathedral on 6 In his written introduction in the order of service, Fr Barry shared the following words: ‘Our Mass of Requiem celebrated around this time every year ...

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    Bishop Paul leads remembrance service on eve of All Saints of Ireland feast

    On 5 In his homily, Bishop Paul spoke about the saints of Ireland and how they flourished in the ‘Dark Ages’ between 600 and 1100. He reminded the congregation that there are only four Irish saints who have been canonised (St Malachy, St La...

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