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    Cardinal Vincent with  Polish Senate awardCardinal awarded Polish Senate honour

    At the Mass celebrating the centenary of Polish Independence at Westminster Cathedral on 10 Following the greetings at the end of Mass, including one from the Cardinal, Senator Anna Maria Anders, daughter of General Władysław Anders, also ad...

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    A century of Polish Independence

    November 11 this year marked the centenary of the signing of the Armistice, when we remembered the sacrifices of the First World War. It also marked the centenary of Poland’s independence, an event that was celebrated in style by the Polish comm...

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    Requiem Mass for Deceased Clergy

    On 15th November, clergy from the diocese gathered at Westminster Cathedral to celebrate a Requiem Mass for deceased clergy. Bishop John Sherrington was the principal celebrant, along with Bishops Nicholas Hudson, Paul McAleenan and John Wilson, t...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Imagining The Nativity-An Advent Prayer Resource for Families

    Jesuit Media Initiatives and the Diocese of Westminster Marriage and Family Life team have joined forces to produce a series of imaginative contemplations to help families journey alongside the Holy Family in prayer this Advent. The series of s...

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    Cardinal recovering after being taken ill at Remembrance Requiem

    On Remembrance Sunday, Cardinal Vincent was taken ill while celebrating the Solemn Requiem Mass of the Fallen in Westminster Cathedral and had to leave the sanctuary.

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    Remembering Deceased of Catholic Police Guild

    Members of the Catholic Police Guild (CPG) gathered for the Annual Solemn Requiem Mass for deceased police officers on 8 In attendance was Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, serving and retired officers and staff from around the co...

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    Heritage of education in St Charles Square

    St Charles Square has always been a focal point for education in North Kensington. Students have come and gone, passed through and moved on to the next chapter of their lives. However, on 14 All Saints has a rich history; successive schools hav...

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    60 years of transformative witness at NCC

    Newman Catholic College, formerly Cardinal Hinsley High School, celebrated its 60th anniversary with a wonderful Mass at Westminster Cathedral on 10th October. Over 1,000 students and staff, past and present, were joined by old boys, governors,...

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    Pupils' passion for pumpkins feeds homeless

    Pupils from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College turned pumpkins, grown in the school’s eco-garden, into a hearty soup for the homeless. The green-fingered pupils, who, earlier this year won the Royal Horticultural Society’s School Gardenin...

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    Award for St Gregory's

    St Gregory’s Catholic Science College was recognised at the Schools for Success awards ceremony at City Hall for its achievements in supporting pupils needing extra help to fulfil their potential.   Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: ‘I’d li...

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