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Camborne: A growing Catholic Community


As part of Cambridge but near to St Neots, there is a growing Catholic community A church held in a Portacabin, bungalow and doctor’s surgery and Mass celebrated on a car boot or a pantomime stage are all part of

In the Cell of St. Thomas More


This morning we go to the cell of St. Thomas More, where he was held for about 15 months in the Tower of London from 1534 to 1535. We have been travelling from Oxford to London in the footsteps of St.

Vocational Letter – June 2017

Fr. Joseph Callistus, cmf

The dream for peace and reconciliation as a call from God – MS11-13 When I was still in south Sudan, the Post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation Africae Munus (AM) by Pope Benedict XVI was released. The focus was to ask the whole

Heythrop departments will not be transferred when Jesuit-run college closes next year.

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Library resources going to other universities not yet ruled out say Jesuits in Britain Heythrop departments will not be transferred when Jesuit-run college closes next year None of Heythrop College’s academic departments will be transferred to other universities when it

“It’s necessary to rethink everything in light of what the Spirit is asking us.”

Pope Francis waves while leaving from celebrating mass in Genoa on May 27, 2017, as part of a one-day visit to the city. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO

Pope wants ‘bold and creative’ evangelization Pontiff calls on Catholics to be missionaries without borders to meet modern challenges.  Pope wants ‘bold and creative’ evangelization. Catholics, especially members of religious orders, are called to be bold, creative and consoling “missionaries without

The General Election 2017


The Bishops of England and Wales have issued a letter to Catholics on the forthcoming general election, which will be distributed in parishes across all dioceses this weekend. “To a great extent the outcome of this election will determine the