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Fr Euan Henderson RIP

Fr Euan Henderson, priest of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, died on 25th July at Stonor, Henley on Thames. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

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Fr Liam O’Connor RIP – Funeral Arrangements

Funeral Arrangements: Wednesday 30th July at 6.30 p.m. Reception Mass:      St. Thomas More, Knoll Drive, Styvechale, Coventry CV3 5DE Thursday 31st July 2014 at 11.30 a.m. Funeral Mass:           St. Thomas More, Knoll Drive, Styvechale, Coventry CV3 5DE Burial:                        St. John … Read more >

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Handing on the Baton

When Mrs Margaret Hughes takes over as Principal of St Edmund’s Catholic Academy in September 2014 she will be the fourth substantive leader of the school since its foundation in 1971. She inherits a one year old building, a school … Read more >

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Funeral Arrangements – Fr Brendan Donlon

Monday 28th July 2014 at 6.45p.m. Reception Mass:      St Joseph’s Home, 71 Queens Park Road, Harborne, Birmingham, B32 2LB Tuesday 29th July 2014 at 11.30 a.m. Funeral Mass:           St Joseph’s Home, 71 Queens Park Road, Harborne, Birmingham B32 2LB Burial:                        … Read more >

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PRESS STATEMENT – WOMEN BISHOPS

The Catholic Church remains fully committed to its dialogue with the Church of England and the Anglican Communion. For the Catholic Church, the goal of ecumenical dialogue continues to be full visible ecclesial communion. Such full ecclesial communion embraces full … Read more >

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‘Tour De Stafford’

On 18 June Blessed William Howard Catholic High School, along with the five other secondary schools in the Stafford Collegiate group, joined forces for the first ever Tour of Stafford. This was a 15 mile circular route around Stafford linking … Read more >

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  • Monday 28 July
    Matthew 13:31-35 The mustard seed is nature’s version of ‘good gifts in small parcels’. It was the smallest seed used by Palestinian farmers, yet, conditions permitting, could produce a tree over ten feet tall. The smallness, hiddenness and insignificance of the seed belied its power to produce fruit. Yeast is also rather like this. Although its presence is

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