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Saint Thomas Aquinas

January 15, 2022

By universal consent, Thomas Aquinas is the preeminent spokesman of the Catholic tradition of reason and of divine revelation. He is one of the...Read more

Saint Anthony of Egypt

January 12, 2022

Saint Anthony of Egypt’s Story

The life of Anthony will remind many people of Saint Francis of Assisi. At 20, Anthony...Read more

Parish Get-Together

January 11, 2022

Due to the high Covid-19 rates, the decision has been made to postpone the Parish Get-Together due to take place at St Gregory’s hall...Read more

St Agnes

January 8, 2022

Born into a wealthy family during the last decade of the third century, Agnes lived in Rome during the last major persecution of...Read more

A chance for Catechists to share ideas and good practice across our diocese

January 4, 2022

Dear Catechists, Happy New Year!

The last year or so has been quite a challenge when it has come to catechesis...Read more

Salisbury Foodbank November Collection

December 20, 2021

Salisbury Foodbank collection. During November over 100kg of rice, biscuits and chocolate was collected by our 3 parishes and delivered to the Foodbank. Thank...Read more

Prayers for the world - On Tuesday 4 Jan

December 16, 2021

Prayers for the world - On Tuesday 4 Jan after the 10am Mass at St Osmund, there will be 2 hours...Read more

Saint John, Apostle, Evangelist

December 14, 2021

It is God who calls; human beings answer. The vocation of John and his brother James is stated very simply in the Gospels,...Read more

Mary, The Holy Mother of God

December 10, 2021

We celebrate the liturgical feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary on January 1st, which is in the Octave of Christmas. Only Christmas and...Read more

The Holy Innocents

December 10, 2021

The Story of the Holy Innocents

Herod “the Great,” king of Judea, was unpopular with his people because of his connections...Read more

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