Latest Diocese Life Blog Burning Bush: “Love one another as I have loved you” Monsignor Daniel McHugh, the Co-ordinator for Ethnic Chaplaincies in the Archdiocese of Birmingham, presents the latest episode of The Burning Bush. Reflection for Sixth Week of Easter “Love one another as I have loved you”. With a focus on the annual Day of Prayer for Eastern Christians. Ethnic Chaplaincies in our Archdiocese On Saturday and Sunday 8-9 May, the Day of Prayer for Eastern Christians, parishes had a second collection for Fellowship and Aid to the Christians of the East (FACE) charity, with whom the Archdiocese is building a strong relationship. In particular, schools in the Archdiocese are starting a pen friend initiative with Immaculate Conception school in Beirut, a school damaged by the 2020 Beirut explosion. Three ways to give to Christians in the East: 1 - give online at www.facecharity.org/give 2 - text DAYOFPRAYER to 70450 to donate £10 (Texts cost £10 donation plus 1 standard rate message) 3 - write a cheque made out to ‘Fellowship and Aid to the Christians of the East’, and send it to: Judge Sykes Frixou (O’Callaghan - FACE Charity), York House, 23 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6YF. Watch! Catholic Schools Together in Prayer and Mission. Assemblies Morning, a FACE Project. Recorded at Maryvale, Birmingham, with Mgr Daniel McHugh. Watch! Catholic Schools Together in Prayer and Mission. An introduction by Archbishop Bernard Longley. Watch! Mgr Daniel McHugh - Co-ordinator of Ethnic Chaplaincies, and Dr Subhi Zora - A Subdeacon of the Chaldean Catholic Church of Iraq, speak about FACE at Sunday Mass at St Chad's Cathedral, May 9.