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Politicians could learn from Francis: Farm Street debate

09 Jun 2014
Farm Street Church hall in Mayfair, central London was packed for the first Faith Matters Question Time session, which considered Pope Francis' vision for the Church and what it means for the world. The panel was comprised of Labour peer Baron Maurice Glasman; Julian Coman, assistant editor of The Observer; Lib-Dem MP Sarah Teather and Catholic poet Sarah de Nordwall.

Manchester organ season starts this week

09 Jun 2014

The Holy Name organ recital season in Manchester opens this Wednesday with a concert by Gordon Stewart.

Vatican is set for today's Peace Prayer Encounter

08 Jun 2014
Preview of Pope Francis' prayer encounter at the Vatican with the Presidents of Israel and Palestine.

Pope invited for Scottish martyr's anniversary

05 Jun 2014
Archbishop Tartaglia has invited Pope Francis to Glasgow to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the martyrdom of St John Ogilvie.

Bishop Nicholas Hudson ordained for Westminster

04 Jun 2014
Nicholas Hudson has been ordained Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster.

Pedalling Padre's Bike Ride target

03 Jun 2014
Roger Dawson is chaplain to the Help for Heroes Battlefield Bike Ride for the fifth time.

JRS Director abducted in Afghanistan

03 Jun 2014
Fr Alexis Prem Kumar SJ, Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service in Afghanistan, has been abducted

Presidents confirm 'encounter of prayer' with Pope

03 Jun 2014
The Presidents of Israel and Palestine will pray for peace with Pope Francis on 8 June 2014.

Question Time at Farm Street Church

02 Jun 2014
Faith Matters Question Time launches at Farm Street Church on Wednesday 4 June 2014. Topic: What does Pope Francis' vision for the Church mean for us?

Cardinal honours Jesuit education at Stonyhurst

02 Jun 2014
Cardinal Vincent Nichols was guest of honour at Stonyhurst College's recent prize-giving and described Pope Francis as the 'finest exponent' of Jesuit education.

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