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    Newman Catholic College celebrates canonisation of patronNewman Catholic College celebrates canonisation of patron

    Newman Catholic College has celebrated the canonisation of its school patron, St John Henry Newman, in a number of creative ways. In Art lessons, students created their very own portraits of St John Henry Newman. Teachers and staff also contrib...

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    Bishop Nicholas Hudson offers Mass for 39 Vietnamese lorry death victims

    On Sunday 3 In his introduction to the Mass, Bishop Nicholas offered prayers for all those individuals who had been personally affected by this tragedy. ‘As we offer Mass for them we pray for all who mourn them. We pray for those who fear thei...

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  • Vocations
    In the footsteps of the martyrs

    The seminary community at Allen Hall is both a present reality and a past history. All that came together on the morning that our four Westminster candidates were part of a group of nine men who were admitted into the Ministry of Acolyte. It was t...

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    Pope’s prayer intention for November: Dialogue

    As Pope Francis has repeatedly proclaimed, the heart of the Church’s mission is prayer. The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network is a pontifical work with the mission of mobilising Catholics through prayer and action. The mission is carried out tog...

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    St Gregory’s eco-garden feeds the homeless

    Pupils from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College in Kenton have turned produce, grown in the school’s eco-garden, into a hearty soup for the homeless. As part of the Royal Horticultural Society Big Soup Share, a campaign to get school chil...

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    Maria Fidelis Catholic School welcomes Mike Kane MP for evening lecture

    On Tuesday 8 Helen Gill, Headteacher of Maria Fidelis Catholic School, welcomed those gathered with an introduction to Maria Fidelis, a co-educational, inner city secondary school located in the Somers Town ward of Camden. There are 78 language...

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    Bishop Paul offers prayers for 39 migrants found dead in lorry

    Bishop Paul McAleenan, lead Bishop for migration and asylum, has issued a statement on behalf of the Bishop's Conference of England and Wales following the deaths of 39 people who were trafficked into the UK: 'We are praying for the thirty-nine...

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  • Archbishop
    Letter from the Cardinal: Safeguarding in the Church today

    The following is the text of the Cardinal's letter to the clergy and people of the diocese on safeguarding. Safeguarding in the Church today In the last twenty years or so, the evil of the sexual abuse of children in the Catholic Church has ...

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  • Vocations
    A busy year in the Home Counties

    Seminarian Mike Guthrie reflects back on his one year placement in Stevenage

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    Former port chaplain celebrates Mass for seafarers at Warwick Street

    Fr David Burke, a former port chaplain with Apostleship of the Sea, celebrated Mass for seafarers, their families and all who support them at Our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory, Warwick Street, Soho on September 26 Fr David, now parish p...

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