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Charles Borromeo

October 25, 2020

The name of Charles Borromeo is associated with reform. He lived during the time of the Protestant Reformation, and had a hand in...Read more

All Saints

October 25, 2020

All Saints' Day is a solemn holy day of the Catholic Church celebrated annually on November 1. The day is dedicated to the...Read more

National Rosary Rally

October 22, 2020

National Rosary Relay Rally

The Rosary Whirlwind Mission culminates in the ‘National Rosary Relay Rally’ across our dioceses and those of...Read more

Simon & Jude

October 21, 2020

Both Simon and Jude were ordinary men who were chosen by Jesus himself to teach others about God’s love and to “make disciples of...Read more

Society of Our Lady of Lourdes

October 17, 2020

Salisbury Catenians raise £1,350 to enable people who are sick or disabled to make pilgrimages to Lourdes.

Attached photo of Frances Rolleston, representing...Read more

Combat Racism

October 15, 2020

Bishop calls on all in the UK to take up Fratelli tutti’s call on combatting racism

The lead Catholic Bishop...Read more

Witness of Prayer

October 14, 2020

Pope Francis continued his catechesis cycle on prayer at the weekly General Audience, focusing on the Book of Psalms.

He called the Old...Read more

Closing the Gate

October 8, 2020

Armed with an open padlock (no key required) our intrepid steward set forth on Sunday after the 11 am Mass to lock the school...Read more

Saint Ignatius

October 7, 2020

Saint Ignatius of Antioch’s Story

Born in Syria, Ignatius converted to Christianity and eventually became bishop of Antioch. In the year...Read more

Saint Teresa

October 5, 2020

Saint Teresa of Avila’s Story

Teresa lived in an age of exploration as well as political, social, and religious upheaval. It...Read more

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