"Our very existence is an act of God's mercy: our existence has a real purpose, an eternal future in the joyful presence of God."
- “I want a laity, not arrogant, not rash in speech, not disputatious, but men [and women] who know their religion, who know their creed so well that they can give an account of it, who know so much of history that they can defend it. I want an intelligent, well-instructed laity. I wish to enlarge [their] knowledge, to cultivate [their] reason, to get an insight into the relation of truth to truth, to learn to view things as they are, to understand how faith and reason stand to each other, what are the bases and principles of Catholicism.” Happy Feast Day, Blessed John Henry Newman!
- “I want an intelligent, well-instructed laity. I wish to enlarge their knowledge, to cultivate their reason." #newman
- Want to join some fellow young Catholics for a day trip to St Albans? Then come along to the Catholic Under 35s trip on 18 October! Details below:
- Phil gives us an update on what’s been going on in the diocese and the plans we’re making to grow parish youth ministry!
We believe in one God in three persons (the Trinity). "God is not solitude but perfect communion." Christians do not worship three different Gods, but one single Being that is threefold and yet remains one.