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    Create a sense of belonging for young people to counteract gang culture, says CardinalCreate a sense of belonging for young people to counteract gang culture, says Cardinal

    Cardinal Vincent  joined other church leaders at the Standing Together rally in Trafalgar on Saturday 6 Reflecting afterwards, Cardinal Vincent spoke about the need to provide young people with alternatives to gangs: 'The only way of counte...

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    Bishop expresses disappointment at Royal College of Physicians' 'neutral' position on assisted dying

    On 21 Speaking on behalf of the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales, Bishop John Sherrington, Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster, reacted to this decision: 'We are disappointed at the Royal College of Physicians dropping their opposition to assist...

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    Christ is Alive: Post-Synodal Exhortation to Young People

    Pope Francis released his Post-Synodal Exhortation   Cardinal Vincent led the delegation from England and Wales, which included Bishop of Hallam Ralph Heskett and Bishop of Plymouth Mark O'Toole.   Welcoming the publication of   'What a joy...

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    Standing Together to stop knife crime

    Church leaders will stand alongside young people, families and communities affected by the scourge of violent crime at the Standing Together, an ecumenical public rally against knife crime and youth violence on Saturday 6   Church leaders beli...

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    Pope's Prayer Intention: April 2019

    Among the many intentions and desires we will bring to our prayer and liturgies in April, the Holy Father invites us to consider also what is in his heart, and in his prayers, this month. This year it’s the month that brings us Palm Sunday, Holy...

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    Met Police Women Leaders inspire students at Our Lady's, Hackney

    On International Women's Day, Friday 8th March, Our Lady’s High School, Hackney welcomed members of the Metropolitan Police Service in the centenary year of women first joining the Met as police officers. The school welcomed female officers in ...

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    Young Scientists at St Benedict's

    St Benedict’s science labs buzzed with scientific discovery as all pupils in Year 8 presented their projects to over 150 younger children from local junior schools. Pupils had been working on their projects in biology, chemistry and physics l...

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    St Gregory’s Pupils Lead Park Clean Up

    In support of Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean, Eco Warriors from St Gregory’s Catholic Science College in Kenton invited other local schools, businesses and residents to join them in a community litter pick in Woodcock Park on 2...

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    Conversation on faith and the future

    Cardinal Vincent visited the Convent of Jesus and Mary (CJM) in Brent on 28 The interactive talk touched on how and why it is important to continue developing a good understanding of their faith and the value this offers young practising Cathol...

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    St Benedict’s Champions Women Composers on International Women's Day

    St Benedict's School, Ealing marked International Women's Day with a recital of music entirely by women performed by some of St Benedict’s singers and inspired by their singing teacher and international soprano Gabriella Di Laccio. Gabriella ch...

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