Tribute to Nuala Scarisbrick

Nuala Scarisbrick RIP, (1939 – 2021) Read more

Day for Catechists

Register for the event now. Taking place on Saturday 25 September. Read more

Harvington Hall's Annual Pilgrimage Resumes

Harvington Hall's annual pilgrimage resumed in person this weekend. Watch again online. Read more

Notice of Death - Br Ambrose May, OFM Cap

Funeral details included Read more

Crowdfunding campaign launched for Eternal Wall

Donate to the new national Christian landmark to be built at Coleshill Read more

Milestone moment for Alton Castle as it celebrates Silver Jubilee year

All invited to annual Garden Party fundraiser on Saturday 18 September, and Charity Gala next month Read more

Coventry City of Culture present 'Faith'

20km of blue ribbon joined faith buildings across the city Read more

Bishop’s Open Letter on Assisted Dying Bill

Bishop John Sherrington, Lead Bishop for Life Issues, has written an open letter inviting Catholics to pray for the defeat of the Assisted Dying Bill to be debated in the House of Lords in October Read more

Two new Deacons ordained at St Chad’s Cathedral

Welcome Mark and Gary to the Permanent Diaconate Read more

Welcoming the Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer

Monsignor Timothy Menezes reflects on what this public symbol of Christian prayer will mean for our Catholic community Read more

Remember us in your Legacy

Please consider your parish or the Archdiocese this ‘Remember a Charity Week’ Read more

SVP calls for a million gestures of kindness

The St Vincent de Paul Society (SVP) launches its Awareness Month campaign this September Read more

Notice of Death - Fr Bengt-Ove Jakobsson

Funeral arrangements announced Read more

Birmingham Diocesan Trust Celebrates Commitment to Real Living Wage

The Archdiocese of Birmingham (Birmingham Diocesan Trust) is delighted to be accredited as a Living Wage Employer. Read more

New Director announced for Diocesan Lourdes Pilgrimage

Fr Jeremy Howard appointed to the role Read more

Pope Francis sends message of spiritual closeness and blessing to those affected by Plymouth shootings

In a letter communicated to the Bishop of Plymouth, Bishop Mark O’Toole, from the Secretary of State at the Vatican, Pope Francis has expressed his spiritual closeness to those affected by the shootings in Plymouth and imparts his Blessing to all concerned. Read more

Relive the "Many Gifts, One Spirit" retreat

Recordings are now available for the Birmingham Catholic Charismatic Renewal Conference's online evening retreats Read more