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  • Main News
    Oscar Romero’s Legacy in BritainOscar Romero’s Legacy in Britain

    On Wednesday March 14th Blessed Oscar Romero was celebrated once by MPs and Peers at Westminster. In 1978, when Archbishop Romero was under attack in El Salvador for his denunciation of human rights violations, British Parliamentarians nominated h...

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    Mill Hill Memorial Service: Standing in Unity

    In a service described as ‘unique’ by Parish Priest Fr Michael McCullagh CM, the people of Mill Hill in North London came to pay their respects to local shopkeeper Vijay Patel, who was murdered in January. Mr Patel was well known in the neigh...

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  • Main News
    ‘Full of Love and Many Tears’

    A special Mass was celebrated on Saturday, 10th March at Westminster Cathedral for bereaved parents. The Mass was inspired by the experiences of hospital chaplains, support workers and volunteers, who accompany parents during their children’s il...

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    Thanksgiving in Somers Town

    by Fr Jeremy Trood Parish Priest, St Aloysius Somers Town   On Sunday 11th March Cardinal Vincent Nichols celebrated Mass at St Aloysius, Somers Town in thanksgiving for the Fiftieth Anniversary of the current Church. The church was pack...

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  • Education
    Science Week at St Benedict’s

    Young scientists at St Benedict’s, Ealing, recently held their annual Science Fair, which was attended by 340 children from local primary schools. All students in Year 8 presented their projects, which included hands-on experiments and activi...

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  • Education
    Three St Benedict’s singers join the National Youth Choir of Great Britain

    Three St Benedict’s pupils have been accepted into the National Youth Boys’ Choir, following recent auditions attended by hundreds of young singers from all over the UK. Toby Moore, aged 13, Mark Maalouf, aged 12, and Artie Hair, aged 10,are ...

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  • Education
    Inspiration for St Anthony’s Girls

    St Anthony’s School for Girls in Hampstead celebrated International Women’s Day, by welcoming a variety of speakers to offer inspiration to the young pupils. Pupils heard from women who work in finance, the Army and the creative industries wh...

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  • Education
    St Augustine’s CAFOD Connection

    St Augustine’s Priory, Ealing, took part in the Lent Fast Day to raise money for the work that CAFOD does overseas and in remembrance of one of their past pupils who was one of the founding members of CAFOD. Jacqueline Stuyt-Simpson was born ...

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  • Vocations
    Good Shepherd Sunday

    One of my favourite psalms is Ps 148. In it we read “ I praise you for the wonder of my being”. In introducing you to this year’s ‘Good Shepherd Seminarians’ I can honestly tell you that the good Lord has created three great men who a...

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  • Vocations
    Institution of Ministry of Readers at Allen Hall

    ‘One more step along the road’ has been a popular hymn for many. On Saturday 10th March at Allen Hall Seminary, the words of that hymn would have described the day well. It was a great joy to have the previous Rector of the seminary, Bishop...

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