SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
January 05, 2011
January 05, 2011
Archbishop of Birmingham joins heavyweight team of prelates including Cardinal Pell, Cardinal Ouellet and Cardinal Levada
January 05, 2011
St Benedict Biscop (January 12) travelled extensively, and was thus able to introduce the practices of Roman and Frankish Christianity into Northumberland
January 05, 2011
Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
January 05, 2011
The Baptism of the Lord: Is 42: 1-4 & 6-7; Acts 10: 34-38; Mt 3: 13-17
January 05, 2011
St Stephen (December 26) was hauled up before a Jewish court for rejecting sacrificial worship
January 05, 2011
Terminally ill Bishop of East Anglia tells flock that he intends to die in office
January 05, 2011
Children at St Mary's primary school at Congleton in Cheshire start year of prayer for Mary
January 05, 2011
In the West Midlands, happy pupils celebrate Nativity and sing carols for learning disabilities charity
January 05, 2011
A chorister at St Ambrose College in Cheshire wins the Bishop’s Award from the Royal School of Church Music
January 05, 2011
Catholic Association of Performing Arts celebrates annual festive dinner with actor Timothy West CBE as guest of honour
January 05, 2011
Digby Walker, head monitor of Ampleforth College in Yorkshire, has handed over a cheque for £4,257.12 for the Help the Heroes appeal
January 05, 2011
College awards fellowships to Rev Roy Dorey, a Baptist, and Fr Kevin Fox SJ
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