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The countdown to Krakow

A message from Laura before World Youth Day... 

Oliver and Fr Michael’s leap of fate!

Read all about Fr. Michael's skydive as he raises money for World Youth Day 2016!

Palm Trees, Pancakes & Prayer - Part 2

Laura and Lizi share part 2 of their experience of the RE Congress in LA 2016. Travelling with other adults from around both the Northampton and Nottingham diocese, they explored LA and delved into the RE Congress about 'Boundless Mercy'.

Palm trees, Pancakes and Prayer - Part 1

Laura and Lizi share their experience of the RE Congress in LA 2016. Travelling with other adults from around both the Northampton and Nottingham diocese, they explored LA and delved into the RE Congress about 'Boundless Mercy'.

NYMO Lourdes Pilgrimage 2014

A summary of the first day of the Lourdes Pilgrimage.

March 3rd - St Katharine Drexel

Patron saint of racial justice

Katherine Drexel was born in Philadelphia and was the daughter of a wealthy philanthropist and entrepreneurs. She grew up in the faith, became a missionary, after the Pope suggested it to her, and eventually founded her own order Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament.

In the life of a Priest: The Community of Slough

Attended the Slough Area Pastoral Council at Holy Family RC Church in Langley.  Two members from each Catholic Church in the Slough Pastoral Area come together every few months to discuss the needs of our Pastoral Area and share what we’re doing in each of our parishes.

8th February - St Jerome Emiliani

Patron saint of abandoned children and orphans.

Jerome Emiliani was born in Venice in 1481. Jerome Emiliani was born in Venice in 1481. He didn’t care much about God because he had his own strength and the strength of his soldiers and weapons.

27th January - St Angela Merici

Patron Saint of the ill and those who are disabled.

At the age of 15, St Angela began receiving graces from God telling her she would inspire women and their vocation. At the age of 56, while travelling to the Holy City on a pilgrimage she became blind.

TTFYA Kettering: The Bible

On Saturday 16th November TTFYA was at St Edward’s Church, Kettering and the theme for the day was the Bible.

The day started with cups of tea and us introducing ourselves by sharing our favourite Bible stories. After this important business, Pam (who kindly led the day with Lizi), set us the task of sorting out the books of the Bible into the Old and New Testament- but we were warned that there were a few trick ones thrown in!

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