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    St Mary’s University launches new research centre into education of marginalised children

    St Mary’s University, Twickenham has announced plans to launch a new Centre for Research into the Education of Marginalised Children and Young Adults. The centre will focus on the education of children and young adults not served by existing ed...

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    Recognising migrants’ contribution

    London’s migrant community came to St George's Cathedral, Southwark, on the May Bank Holiday for the 13th annual Mass for Migrants in honour of St Joseph the Worker. The Mass is a joint celebration between the three Catholic dioceses in London,...

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    Rosary on the coast

    On 29th April around the coast of England and Wales, Catholics gathered for the Rosary on the Coast, to pray for ‘life, faith and peace in the British Isles’. In our own diocese, not only did groups travel to the coast to join, but there were ...

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    Blessing of Restored Stations of the Cross

    by Fr Andrew Cameron-Mowat Bishop Nicholas Hudson celebrated Mass on 16th May and blessed the newly restored Stations of the Cross at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street.  Many of the donors who funded the project as well as t...

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    Commemorating Portuguese contribution

    by Fr Ulick Loring On Monday 9th April two new stained glass windows were dedicated in St James Church, Twickenham. One remembers the Portuguese dead of the First World War. becoming the first formal recognition in this country of the Portuguese ...

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    Celebrating 60 years at St Mary Magdalen

    by Fr Gladstone Liddle On Sunday, 6th May Cardinal Vincent celebrated Mass at St Mary Magdalen Church, Whetstone to mark the 60th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of the present church by Cardinal William Godfrey in 1958. The pa...

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  • Education
    Douay Martyrs join hands for children overseas

    Pupils from the Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School, Ickenham raised £5,000 for the CAFOD Appeal 2018 engaging in four weeks of fundraising activities which included raffle ticket sales, cake sales, unwanted gift sales, guess the number of sw...

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    6 in 6000: Cardinal Pole students win national debate competition

    The Cardinal Pole Catholic School debate team have won the 2018 Debate Mate competition, edging out over 240 schools nationwide to the title. Alec Lau, Taiwo Olaojo, Edward Ntalindwa Badege, Philip Webb, Katie Lowbridge, and Boran Sis competed wi...

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  • Education
    St Thomas More: The Power to Be

    ‘Every child has the power in them to achieve great things, no matter what background they come from’, was the core message carried by the CAFOD Young Leadership programme held at St Thomas More School in Wood Green. Five Sixth Form students ...

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    Iconic artwork discovered at Cardinal Hume Centre

    An iconic photographic print of David Bowie anonymously donated to the Cardinal Hume Centre’s charity shop in Westminster has fetched £1,000 at auction, making it one of the highest value single items ever sold in the shop’s 31-year history. ...

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