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    A Ripple of Joy from the World Meeting of Families A Ripple of Joy from the World Meeting of Families

    by Roger Carr-Jones, Marriage and Family Life Coordinator One of the joys of being the Marriage and Family Life Coordinator is that, despite my not being physically able to join others at the World Meeting of Families (WMF), I can share in it...

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    An ecumenical award for Pauline Books & Media

    Alan Mordue, nominated the Pauline Books and Media for Retail Group of the Year at the Christian Resources Together Conference in Swanwick. To the sisters’ suprise, the nomination was greatly supported by members from the predominantly Evang...

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    Improving Livelihoods in Cambodia

    Through the International Citizen Service (ICS), Emily McGoohan, a young parishioner of Ss Alban and Stephen Parish in St Albans, volunteered with the charity Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) for 10 weeks in rural Cambodia, where she worked on a l...

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    Students Partner across Continents

    by Ciaran Webb On Tuesday 10th July, 22  St Columba’s Lower Sixth students gathered in the foyer of Terminal Two at London Heathrow, filled with eager anticipation of the long trip ahead. We had spent many months planning for this moment,...

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    London’s very own Adoremus

    Adoremus: the Eucharistic Congress marked a beginning in the revitalisation of Eucharistic devotion in this country. How beautiful it was to see hundreds of people processing through the streets of Liverpool behind Our Blessed Lord, truly present ...

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    Adoremus in Harrow

    Years 4, 5 and 6 pupils from St John Fisher Primary School, Pinner, took part in a Blessed Sacrament Procession led by Fr Graham Stokes from St John Fisher Church, North Harrow. It encouraged pupils to develop a deeper understanding of the place ...

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    'Seeking God Together' A Companion for Parish Communities

    Founded on the Catholic Church’s vision for marriage and family life, and sensitive to the complex reality of family today, the Companion aims to support parishes, schools and chaplaincies in their interface with families, identifying take-o­ff...

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    Pope’s Prayer Intention: October

    By Fr David Stewart SJ Recently, at the National Adoremus Eucharistic Congress, large numbers of the faithful visited the Pope’s Prayer Network exhibition stall and that of our colleagues from Dublin, the Sacred Heart Messenger, the Jesuit-ru...

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    Bishop Paul urges Catholics to create 'a narrative of love and hope' against racism

    Bishop Paul McAleenan, the lead Catholic Bishop for Migration and Asylum has welcomed a call from the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and the World Council of Churches, for Christians to stand against the rising tide of xenophob...

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    Now is the time to be a Catenian

    With the Church being criticised from all sides, belonging to a group of strongly-supportive Catholics has never been more important. John Mulligan, President of Province 14 explains: ‘The Catenians are an association of Catholic laymen who are ...

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