Jerusalem’s children are amongst one million children praying for unity and peace

Jerusalem’s children are amongst one million children praying for unity and peace

On Thursday 17 October, and in response to the initiative of the Pontifical Foundation, Aid to the Church in Need, “One Million Children Praying the Rosary for unity and peace in the world”, the Catechetical Office of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem invited students from local Catholic schools to pray the Rosary at the Co-Cathedral of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem.

06, Nov 2019

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Catholic Church highlights need for safe and loving homes for children in care

Catholic Church highlights need for safe and loving homes for children in care

The Catholic Church in England & Wales is working in partnership with the fostering and adoption charity Home for Good, to highlight the needs of the thousands of children who enter the care system every year, and the critical priority of finding loving homes for them.

05, Nov 2019

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The feast of All Souls

The feast of All Souls

Perhaps today you are thinking of someone whom you dearly loved and who has died. Perhaps your heart is aching and you’re wishing that you could see and talk to that person, even if only for a couple of minutes.

02, Nov 2019

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The feast of All Saints

The feast of All Saints

“The Church suffering” consisted of those who have died and are going through Purgatory, whereas “the Church triumphant” described the men, women and children who are enjoying the fullness of eternal life in Heaven.

01, Nov 2019

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UK returns statue of Our Lady of Lujan to Argentina – via Pope Francis

UK returns statue of Our Lady of Lujan to Argentina – via Pope Francis

Following Wednesday’s General Audience, Britain’s military Bishop Paul James Mason and his Argentinian counterpart, Bishop Gustavo Olivera, presented Pope Francis with a small statue of Our Lady of Lujan, patroness of Argentina.

31, Oct 2019

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Christians, Jews and Muslims come together to support end-of-life care

Christians, Jews and Muslims come together to support end-of-life care

Jewish, Christian and Muslim envoys signed Monday and submitted to Pope Francis a joint document that denounced euthanasia and assisted suicide as “inherently” wrong acts that should be forbidden.

30, Oct 2019

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