Dear Catholic Men,
What does it mean to live out the Catholic Faith in everyday life?
This February, join thousands of Catholic Men from across the nation as we gather to explore this important question at the FREE National Catholic Men's Conference.
Have you ever felt like there was a lot on your shoulders as a man?
As men, with a lot of responsibilities, and we can often look at failure as meaning we're less of a man. A lot of men go through life thinking that it is all on their shoulders, and that they better get it right.
But we're not meant to go it alone. There is strength in numbers!
Whether you're a single man, a father, a husband, or grandfather, God has something to give to you at this event, and it just might change your life.
Learn how to approach the challenges of our day with courage
Gain a clearer vision of God's plan for your life
Learn practical and immediately applicable steps to growing as a Catholic man
Learn how to be the spiritual leader in your home
The FREE conference goes Friday-Sunday on February 19-21, 2021. Hear from more than 30 national presenters like:
Fr. Larry Richards
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers
MLB star Mark Teixeira
Register on your own, or plan a watch party with a small group. This is going to be a powerful gathering: -
Come and see what God has in store for you.
In the light of the recent breakthrough in COVID-19 vaccine development, the Department for Social Justice has issued a follow up to its September 2020 statement.
In September 2020 the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales issued a statement COVID-19 and Vaccination (24 September 2020). In the light of the recent breakthrough in vaccine development we now wish to issue a follow up statement.
The development of a vaccine against COVID-19 presents an important breakthrough in protecting others as well as oneself from the virus; a virus which has not only caused a global pandemic and led to a huge loss of life but has also placed a great burden on healthcare workers and systems.
Each of us has a duty to protect others from infection with its danger of serious illness, and for some, death. A vaccine is the most effective way to achieve this unless one decides to self-isolate.Read More ....
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Parish Priest: Fr. Moses Amune, MSP
Curate: Fr. Franklin Ebuka Umekachikelu
Parish Sister: Sister Elizabeth O’Hara
Parish Secretary: Teresa Potter
Safeguarding Team: Caroline Barron