Rebekah reflects on the Jubilee of Mercy and how we can journey towards a more merciful way of living.
September highlights include: New staff recruits, new SPEC team, Sixth Form inductions and more parish youth work!
We return to where it all began… Bethlehem! In the land where God became man, we trace the story of both our past and present, in unity with our Palestinian brothers and sisters.
On Saturday 20 September, Bishop John Sherrington celebrated the second annual Confirmation pilgrimage to Walsingham.
Rebekah chats about her awesome experience in Louisiana at the ECHO summer camp, and how it has inspired her to make change happen in England and bring young people closer to God.
Rebekah reflects on a conference she went to at the British Parliament on pornography.
Rebekah reflects on the meaning of Easter and the joy of the Gospel that should be in the hearts of all Christians.
To pinpoint one specific moment when my relationship with Christ has changed has always been hard for me. Most of the time it’s so normal and slow that it’s only when I look back and see the growth that I notice there has been any change at all.
This Saturday, Westminster Cathedral packed out to celebrate the 22nd World Day of the Sick and the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes.
“Be still, and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10)