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Do you dare to take the risk of really listening?

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Do you dare to take the risk of really listening?

What happens when we really listen? Making exterior space for listening… Making interior space… And actually wanting to listen to what the Lord has to say to us… A homily by Fr Stephen Wang.

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Time to reflect: a Lenten weekend for lecturers

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Time to reflect: a Lenten weekend for lecturers

Time to reflect:  Furness and the Cistercians a Lenten weekend for lecturers Boarbank Hall, Cumbria 11th-13th March 2016 As Christians we are committed to understanding education in the context of the picture of God and humanity that our […]

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Thinking Faith: A holiday and study week for Catholic students and young professionals

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Thinking Faith: A holiday and study week for Catholic students and young professionals

Thinking Faith – Faith and Creation A holiday and study week for Catholic students and young professionals Boarbank Hall, Cumbria  16th-23rd July 2016 Would you like: *An alternative to World Youth Day? *Daily prayer and liturgy […]

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Prophecy: you have to open your mouth and speak

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Prophecy: you have to open your mouth and speak

We have all been anointed at our baptism, to be prophets in the world, and especially to give testimony to the faith that we have received. A homily by Fr Stephen Wang.

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Prophecy, truth, love

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Prophecy, truth, love

Last Sunday, the readings the Church gives us help us to reflect on a fundamental experience of God in our lives: the claim that truth makes on us [Jeremiah 1:4-5, 17-19; 1 Corinthians 12:31–13:13; Luke […]

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Prayers for children to learn and treasure

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Prayers for children to learn and treasure

On the first Monday of the month, Ten Ten send a newsletter to parents who have attended a parent session in a school.  The newsletter includes a chapter from the booklet “Being a Parent Today: […]

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Creating a sanctuary or a “war room”

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Creating a sanctuary or a “war room”

Many of you may not of yet seen the new film “War Room” from the Kendrick brothers. These men have made some of the best contemporary religious films I have seen. No they are not […]

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What’s the point of walking through a Holy Door?!

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What’s the point of walking through a Holy Door?!

What’s the point of walking through a Holy Door in this Year of Mercy? Don’t you have plenty of good doors of your own at home to walk through? A homily by Fr Stephen Wang […]

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Rediscovering the beauty of God

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Rediscovering the beauty of God

This is a time for us to rediscover the beauty of God, the beauty of the face of Jesus Christ. Beauty is such an important way of thinking about God. Because beauty, at one level, […]

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Faith in politics: apply now for the Catholic Parliamentary and Public Affairs Internships

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Faith in politics: apply now for the Catholic Parliamentary and Public Affairs Internships

The Catholic Parliamentary and Public Affairs Internship Scheme, which began in 2003, provides eight recently graduated Catholics with intensive experience of political and social action in a spiritual context. Four interns will be placed with […]

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You, the bible and “God’s Big Plan”: an inspirational new bible course from CaFE and Bible Society

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Check out The Big Picture: an inspiring and very enjoyable journey through the Bible for both those new to Scripture study as well as those with a deeper knowledge of the Bible. See the website […]

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RCIA: Don’t stop with just a programme

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RCIA: Don’t stop with just a programme

As you all know, I’ve written tons and tons and tons on RCIA. When you are doing a year-round process with enquiry and Catechumenate running simultaneously, I find that fully responding to the Holy Spirit means that […]

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Are you happier when your values and your workplace are in harmony?‏ A “Faith in Work” retreat at Boarbank Hall

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Are you happier when your values and your workplace are in harmony?‏ A “Faith in Work” retreat at Boarbank Hall

This invitation comes from Good Works: I am writing to invite you to join us for a unique retreat on the May Day Bank Holiday Weekend to explore what work is really about, with fellow […]

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Aslan is on the move

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Aslan is on the move

“It was a full moon and, shining on all the snow, it made everything almost as bright as day — only the shadows were rather confusing.” CS Lewis, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe […]

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Easter Retreat for Young Adults at Worth Abbey

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Easter Retreat for Young Adults at Worth Abbey

CELEBRATING THE PASSION & RESURRECTION OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST Holy Thursday 24th March – Easter Sunday 27th March 2016 Monastic Liturgy and Prayer – Talks by the monks and The Wellspring For more info […]

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Seven amazing truths about your baptism

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Seven amazing truths about your baptism

If you know these amazing seven truths about baptism, how could you not hope and pray that your non-Christian friends would come to know Christ and ask to be baptised? A homily by Fr Stephen […]

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Four amazing truths about the Holy Eucharist

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Four amazing truths about the Holy Eucharist

A talk given by Fr Stephen Wang about the Holy Eucharist, with a focus on the Communion of Saints, the Living Word of Sacred Scripture, the Real Presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, and […]

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A retreat for young people in central London, 29 Dec to 1 Jan

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A retreat for young people in central London, 29 Dec to 1 Jan

This year’s Youth 2000 retreat takes place from December 29 to January 1 at Maria Fidelis Lower School, North Gower Street, Euston, London NW1 2HR. This testimony comes from Emma Sisk: This year I brought in […]

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Is your generosity spontaneous or strategic?

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Is your generosity spontaneous or strategic?

Is your generosity spontaneous or strategic? A homily by Fr Stephen Wang [You can listen to the audio here or read the text below] So the Year of Mercy has been inaugurated this week by […]

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The Year of Mercy: what you need to know about the Jubilee

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The Year of Mercy: what you need to know about the Jubilee

The basics, please.   This morning, during the Feast of the Immaculate Conception Mass at St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, Pope Francis will open the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, which lasts until November 20 […]

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