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  • Main News
    Adoremus: Our Eucharistic Journey

    At the Education Service, we are really excited about the Adoremus Eucharistic Congress, and want to create a real and lasting legacy in our schools. We are launching a year of activities to support all those involved in education in the Diocese o...

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    Icon Designed to Invite Prayer

    by Charlotte McNerlin The icon of the Holy Family was specially commissioned by World Meeting of Families 2018 and written by iconographer Mihai Cucu assisted by the Redemptoristine Sisters of the Monastery of St Alphonsus, Dublin, as part of t...

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    Thinking about Lourdes

    The role of Pilgrimage Administrator involves co-ordinating the many parts that go into making a diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes, as well as other destinations like the Holy Land or Walsingham, work. The role covers pilgrimage publicity, negotia...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Humanae Vitae - 50 years on: Towards a Deeper Understanding

    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pope Paul VI's encyclical  Professor Marengo is visiting us from the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Rome. We look forward to welcoming Professor Marengo back for what will be h...

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  • Education
    New Stations of the Cross at Bishop Challoner

    New, specially made Stations of the Cross at Bishop Challoner Catholic Federation of Schools were unveiled and blessed by priests from all across the deanery of Tower Hamlets on 20 Each of the 14 stations in the playground is dedicated to a par...

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    Passionist is the Way at St Gabriel’s

    A special Mass was celebrated by Bishop Nicholas Hudson on Tuesday 27 The parish of St Gabriel gets its name not from an archangel but from a young Passionist saint from Italy. The church was founded by the Passionist Fathers of St Joseph’s at ...

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  • Vocations
    The Need for Witnesses

    by Rector Canon Roger Taylor Put to the test to prove his identity in today's Gospel (John 5:31-47) in a hostile, adversarial situation, Jesus lines up his witnesses. The word of one man alone is not going to suffice, so Jesus points not just t...

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    Rosary on the Coast

    On 29th April, many Catholics will be gathering on the coast to pray the rosary together for 'Faith, Life and Peace in the British Isles'. Inspired by the ‘rosary on the border’ in Poland last year, a group of British Catholics were driven ...

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    Cardinal Celebrates Hardworking Parishioners

    On 28 January Cardinal Vincent Nichols celebrated Mass in the church of Saint William of York, Stanmore. He also presented two long-term parishioners with Benemerenti medals. The presentation happend at the end of Mass and was followed by a parish...

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  • Archbishop
    Call to protect status of Jerusalem holy sites

    The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Cardinal Vincent Nichols have called on the Israeli Government to protect the status quo at the holy sites in Jerusalem. In a joint letter to the Israeli Ambassador to London, Mark Regev, the two fa...

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