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    Joining the 'stream of faith' in WalsinghamJoining the 'stream of faith' in Walsingham

    Ahead of the Feast of Our Lady of Walsingham, Cardinal Vincent led the annual diocesan pilgrimage to the Catholic National Shrine of Walsingham on Saturday 22nd September. The theme for this year’s pilgrimage was the ‘Family as Joy for the Wor...

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    Decision not to implement national buffer zones welcomed

    The Home Office has rejected calls to introduce national buffer zones around abortion clinics in September, with Home Secretary Sajid Javid explaining that ‘it would not be proportionate response, considering the experiences of the majority of h...

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  • Marriage & Family
    Holy Families:The Joy of Love New Resource For Small Communities

    The theme for the World Meeting of Families in Ireland in August was The Gospel of the Family: The sessions have been written by Pia Matthews – wife, mother, theologian, Bishop John Sherrington and Bishop John Wilson. Forward by Fr Chr.....

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    Obituary of Fr Thomas Burke

    Born in Cragga, Bala in County Mayo in the west of Ireland on 5 May 1923, one of six children born to John and Mary Burke, the young Thomas was educated locally until the age of 16 and later from 1952-4 at Campion House, Osterley having been accep...

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    Three Summer Camps at Newman Catholic College

    By Danny Coyle, Headteacher During July and August 2018 three summer camps ran for a month each at Newman Catholic College. Each of these inspiring initiatives are a guide as to how partnership and collaboration can offer engaging and education...

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    Caritas Bakhita House gives trafficked women ‘best possible chance’, according to report.

    A report into the first three years of Caritas Bakhita House has said that it is a ‘highly distinctive, unique and high-quality service.’ The report was produced by the Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery, an independent research centre ...

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  • Archbishop
    A clear vision for marriage

    Marriage preparation is a journey, and should be approached as ‘an expression of welcome and solidarity’, said Cardinal Vincent in his keynote address at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin on 23 Unfolding the vision of the Church for m...

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    Cardinal receives Prague award for work against human trafficking

    I was very pleased to receive the Hanno R Ellenbogen Citizenship Award on behalf of the Santa Marta Group (SMG) in Prague on 30 On the same evening awards were made posthumously to Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušrínová, two journalists who strov...

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    Pope's Prayer Intention for young people of Africa

    In September, we join the Holy Father in prayer for his Universal Intention, that ‘young people in Africa may have access to education and work in their own countries’. His personal Prayer Network shares this Intention with the people of God, ...

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    'The joy of love experienced by families is also the joy of the Church'

    by Bishop Nicholas Hudson ‘The joy of love experienced by families is also the joy of the Church.’ So begins   One particularly powerful antidote came in the exposition by Cardinal Maradiaga on the ‘Revolution of Tenderness’ to w...

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