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17/08/2016 3:00 pm

Fr Christopher Jamison - We’re all “flawsome"

Fr Christopher Jamison joins the BBC Radio 2 Chris Evans Breakfast Show to give his 'Pause for Thought' - Wednesday, 17 August 2016. His reflection focuses on the Olympics and the need for Mercy.

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13/08/2016 12:00 pm

Bishop Lynch: Follow Oscar Romero's example to be a "true neighbour" to those who are suffering

The Bishop for Migrants, Bishop Patrick Lynch, has given a homily at a special Mass marking the 99th birthday of Blessed Oscar Romero encouraging Catholics to look to the example of the martyred South American Archbishop to "respond prophetically to the suffering and injustice we see in the world around us today."

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Fr Christopher Jamison on BBC Radio 2's 'Pause for Thought'

Fr Christopher Jamison joins the BBC Radio 2 Chris Evans Breakfast Show to give his 'Pause for Thought' - Wednesday, 10 August 2016. His reflection focuses on his time in Krakow, Poland, for World Youth Day 2016

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08/08/2016 1:00 pm

Cardinal Vincent Nichols on the death of Bishop Daly

I am saddened to learn of the death of Bishop Edward Daly. He will be mourned by many Christians of all denominations, not only in Northern Ireland but beyond. He was a true pastor who steadfastly lived and proclaimed the Gospel of peace in very difficult times.

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WMC - RC - Dialogue

WMC - RC - Dialogue

05/08/2016 12:00 pm

We need to keep a strong Just War tradition

What grounds can ever justify entering into armed conflict with another state? At what point does the duty to save lives possibly outweigh the imperative for peace? What kind of force is it legitimate to use? These are all questions that our government and parliament are faced with in an increasingly volatile world.

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05/08/2016 12:00 pm

Pope in Assisi: forgiveness can truly renew Church and world

Pope Francis made a private pilgrimage on Thursday to the Italian town of Assisi and spoke about the importance of forgiveness, saying only the path of forgiveness can truly renew the Church and the world. He lamented that “too many people are caught up in resentment and harbour hatred because they are incapable of forgiving.” “These people,” he went on, “ruin their own lives and the lives of those around them.”

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Campus Misericordiae - World Youth Day Final Mass

Pope Francis' homily for the Final Mass for World Youth Day, Campus Misericordiae, Kraków. Sunday 31 July 2016. 

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World Youth Day, Papal Vigil, 30 July 2016

On Saturday evening 30 July, at the Campus Misericordiae, Pope Francis delivered his homily for the World Youth Day Vigil. He ask the young people to trade in the sofa for a pair of walking shoes and to set out on new and uncharted paths.

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Homily for Mass at the Shrine of St. John Paul II

On Saturday morning, at the Sanctuary of St John Paul II in Krakow, Pope Francis offered the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for priests, religious men and women, consecrated persons, and seminarians.

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