The Faith Movement aims to support the Church’s New Evangelisation through fostering a deeper vision of Jesus Christ as the key to the meaning of the universe and of our own lives. The movement is a free collaboration of priests, religious and lay people. It publishes a magazine and pamphlets. It holds conferences for young people and symposia and talks for all ages. It offers within the Church a new insight into the Catholic faith, based on a synthesis of divine revelation with contemporary reflections upon science.
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The Focolare movement is an international movement, inspired by the Gospel, working for unity in all spheres of life. For over sixty years it has drawn together people of all Christian traditions and from many of the world’s religions, alongside people with no formal faith, who share the aim of building a united world. It embraces not only Catholics, but also Christians of different Churches and ecclesial communities.
The Friends are Westminster Cathedral’s Society, founded by Cardinal Hume in 1977 to support the upkeep of the cathedral and its musical life and decorative embellishment. Events are held on a regular basis, which in recent years have included a number coordinated by the young friends. All are most welcome to apply for membership.
Pure in Heart is an international Catholic movement of young adults who, through prayer and friendship, strive together to learn, live and share the truth, beauty and meaning of human sexuality. With our outreach programme in parishes and schools, we aim to empower young people to live God’s call to love as he intended: freely, totally, faithfully and fruitfully, through living chastity.
Today, there are so many people who do not experience the Gospel as Good or as News. It is our mission to help these people experience the love that God has for them. As Redemptorists, our whole life becomes a channel for Christ’s redeeming love, especially for the poor and abandoned, whether in spirit, mind or body.