Imm. Heart of Mary Parish, Hayes

Victorian House, Buckden

Fr. John O´Byrne, cmf, celebrating the Multicultural Mass

Fr. Angel Ochagavia, cmf

Family Day

Community Prayer

St. Hughs Church, Buckden

Fr. Peter Wareing, cmf

 

Assembly of the future Province of Fatima

Fatima, Portugal. On December 13, 2017, the General Government decided that the new Province that will be formed by the current Organisms of Bética, Portugal and UK-Ireland will be called Province of Fatima. It is a short name, easily pronounceable in the

Learn about creating a missionary parish

Creating Missionary Parishes is a day to help those across the Diocese of East Anglia who need a practical framework to create or refresh a parish mission team, explains Rebecca Bretherton. Learn about creating a missionary parish Creating Missionary Parishes is a

Pastoral Letter Of The Bishop Of East Anglia (30-31 Dec. 2017)

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, St Pope John Paul II, in his Exhortation on the Family, wrote these words: “The future of humanity passes by way of the family.” These words apply not just to our own families today,

Christian and Muslim religious leaders in the Philippines condemned the beheading of a soldier

“We feel very sad and disappointed,” said Father Angel Calvo, a Spanish Claretian missionary who has been working in the southern Philippines for the past 40 years. Christian and Muslim religious leaders in the Philippines condemned the beheading of a

THE POWER OF PASTORAL CARE

The word “pastoral” has widely lost its power. It is used frequently in churches to mean a nice person, someone easy going, a good listener. “Pastoral care” has readily been elided with models of chaplaincy, rather than say a radical

Threats and old age fail to slow Italian missionary

Claretian missionaries admire Father Peter Geremia who has spent 40 years in the southern Philippines bringing Muslims and Catholics together. Time is catching up with Peter Geremia, but even after 78 years the Italian-born missionary who has spent four decades