Just before the start of Lent, Cardinal Vincent launched his annual Lenten Appeal, which this year focuses on the problem of food poverty and food insecurity. At the same time, he announced the launch of a new food relief initiative across the Diocese of Westminster.
On Tuesday 30 October, Cardinal Vincent hosted young people of the diocese at Archbishop’s House to reflect on the recent Synod on youth, faith and vocational discernment.
Fr Digby’s requiem Mass at Westminster Cathedral was a beautiful event, with the large congregation evidence of how much he had touched the lives of so many people in the Diocese of Westminster and beyond.
Bishop John Wilson meets with young Catholics from St Mary’s University in Twickenham, to listen to their thoughts about being a young Catholic today.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols has held a second synod event at Archbishop’s House, to listen to more young adults on being a young Catholic in England.
Two groups of young adults from around the Diocese of Westminster met with Cardinal Vincent, as part of our Synod of Bishops meetings.
A group of young adults met with the Cardinal at Archbishop’s House in Westminster to share their thoughts about being a young Catholic today.
The Houses of Parliament in Westminster are to be floodlit red for #RedWednesday, the initiative which calls on people to shine a light on persecution and stand up for faith and freedom.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols is inviting young people to Archbishop’s House for an Interfaith Iftar.
Relive the experience of World Youth Day with our new photo book.