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Priest beaten and abducted by Cameroon soldiers
A priest has been filmed being beaten by soldiers and dragged into a military vehicle in broad daylight in Cameroon. Father Tobias Bekong was abducte... Read More
Eulogy for Diana Klein
The funeral Mass of Diana Klein took place at the Church of the Sacred Heart & Mary Immaculate Mill Hill on Monday, 10th January - attended by fam... Read More
Pope visits Rome record shop
Pope Francis made a surprise visit to a vintage record shop in Rome on Tuesday evening. Arriving in a white Fiat 500L, he popped in to bless the newly... Read More
Vigils and prayers for Ashling Murphy
Thousands took part in vigils in England and Ireland to show support for family and friends of young Irish primary school teacher Ashling Murphy, who ... Read More
Campaigners who stopped train in climate protest not guilty
Three Christians, including an Anglican Priest and a Catholic Priest, who stopped a DLR train at Shadwell station in London in 2019 in protest at inac... Read More
Booking: Lecture Series - Women Who Changed the Church
From next week, the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology in Cambridge is hosting an online lecture series entitled Women Who Changed the Church. Th... Read More
Suffolk: One parish's synodal journey
Jane Crone is from Clare Priory Parish in Suffolk. She is a member of the parish synod team, along with two other lay people and Fr Gladson Dabre OSA.... Read More
Gospel in Art: The Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins
Gospel of 14th January 2022 - Mark 2:1-12When Jesus returned to Capernaum, word went round that he was back; and so many people collected that there w... Read More
Travel: Beit Jala, an ancient Palestinian Christian town
Beit Jala, a small Palestinian town two kilometres west of Bethlehem, is home to nearly 15,000 Palestinians, 80% of which are estimated to be Christia... Read More
Donate your old smartphone and make a difference
Do you have an old phone or tablet lying in a drawer that you don't use? It could be a lifeline for a refugee here, helping them keep in touch with fa... Read More
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