Pentecost this year falls during the half term holidays and brings an end to Eastertide fifty days after Jesus’ resurrection. The word Pentecost originates from the Greek Pentekoste which means fiftieth
As a teenager growing up I used to spend endless amount of time wandering the streets. At the age of twelve we
Throughout the bible we see repetition of metaphors and similes that transcend time, from shepherds and flocks, use of bread, salt, candles, light, wheat, harvests and treasure.
75th Anniversary of VE Day & the language of sacrifice in our faith This week incorporates a day of great historical importance for us, for our nation, for freedom. On Friday 8th May we commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, recognising
Just over a year ago a group of Year 10s who were participating in the CAFOD Young Volunteer Programme came up with a unique and ingenious idea for a fundraiser.
Over the next week our theme is ‘Living my vocation’ as we approach Vocations Sunday on 3rd May.
Celebrating Easter: Young & old, past & future, hopes & dreams In October of 2018, when Pope Francis gathered the Bishops of the world to the Vatican for a synod
Below are a number of downloads to help reflect on the final few days of Holy Week culminating in our celebration of the resurrection of Christ at Easter.
Over the next week I’m sure so many of us will find it harder than ever missing out on the most powerful and moving services of the year which take place from Maundy Thursday til Easter Sunday, the Triduum.
Last Friday Pope Francis broke with Papal convention (Not for the first time!) and did something quite beautiful and emotional.