The greatest gift you can give this Christmas… your time

The greatest gift you can give this Christmas… your time

Mick Clarke compares the difficult journey that Mary and Joseph undertook during Advent to the condition of rough-sleeping and not having a place to call home. Mick Clarke is the Chief Executive of The Passage in London, a charity aimed to provide homeless people with support to transform their own lives.

06, Dec 2019

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Pope Francis’ Message for International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Pope Francis’ Message for International Day of Persons with Disabilities

On the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we renew our gaze of faith, which sees in each brother and sister the presence of Christ himself, who considers every gesture of love towards one of his least brothers to have been made to himself. On this occasion, I would like to recall how today the promotion of the right to participation plays a central role in combating discrimination and promoting the culture of encounter and quality of life.

04, Dec 2019

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Fr Denis McBride remembers Fr Terrence Creech C.Ss.R. RIP

Fr Denis McBride remembers Fr Terrence Creech C.Ss.R. RIP

The Redemptorists of the London Province have lost a dear confrère in Fr Terry Creech who died on Tuesday November 19 2019. He will be buried from St Mary’s Clapham on December 9th following the 12:30 Mass. May he rest in peace. I would love to share a few thoughts.

30, Nov 2019

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Queen of Sweden at Vatican event on protection of children in digital world

Queen of Sweden at Vatican event on protection of children in digital world

Hosted by the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, participants in the Conference "Child Dignity in the Digital World"included experts in science and technology, the media, businesses, legislators, parents, religious leaders with the common aim to take concrete and urgent action to protect children from criminal violence and harm in the digital world.

29, Nov 2019

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Jesuits works in Britain stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians

Jesuits works in Britain stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians

Wednesday 28 November was “Red Wednesday”, a day to show solidarity with our Christian brothers and sisters suffering persecution throughout the world. Aid to the Church in Need invited everyone to join the campaign by doing something peaceful and positive:

28, Nov 2019

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Pope Francis visits Hiroshima

Pope Francis visits Hiroshima

On his first full day in Japan, Pope Francis visited the Hiroshima Peace Memorial and described it as a place where death and life, loss and rebirth, suffering and compassion have met.

26, Nov 2019

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