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Editorial: Schools and the Faith

The Church was running schools across Britain long before there was any State involvement. There were Catholic schools even in the years when the Church was cruelly persecuted in Britain. In more recent times, Catholics ran schools from the early 19th century onwards, with some public funding from the 1850s

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The Cosmic Meaning of the Eucharist: “The Word was made flesh and tabernacled among us.”(John 1:14)

The Cosmic Meaning of the Eucharist: “The Word was made flesh and tabernacled among us.”(John 1:14)

The Last Supper took place the night before Jesus died on the cross. It was His last message to His disciples and to us. Two questions should be asked – What is the importance of the Eucharist in the plan of Christ? A further question arises - is there a cosmic significance to the Eucharist?

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Father Holloway and Professor Polanyi

Father Holloway and Professor Polanyi

In one of the notes he wrote to the memoir prepared by his mother Agnes, Fr Holloway tells the story being stopped from doing a doctorate by his tutor at seminary. The latter informed Bishop Amigo that although his pupil’s ‘heart was entirely in the right place… he was not so sure of my head.’

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Interview:Joanna Bogle talks to Curtis Martin founder of FOCUS

Interview:Joanna Bogle talks to Curtis Martin founder of FOCUS

Students from across Britain joined a large group from across the USA at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, this summer for The Commission, an event organised by FOCUS, the Fellowship of Catholic University Students.

“The aim is to accompany young people in their journey of faith – and for that, we need spirit-filled evangelists, who are really in love with God” said Curtis Martin, founder of the movement, which began in America and is now in its 20th year.

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Holloway on: The Recognition of Jesus

Holloway on: The Recognition of Jesus

Doctrine and personal appeal — sheer radiant power to attract men and women and to hold them in love — this was one thing and one force in Jesus Christ. The person we call The Word was made flesh and spoke an intelligible and humanly expressed word of truth and of way of life. We call it his ‘doctrine’. 

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In Defence of Frequent Communion

In Defence of Frequent Communion
Check out the this Editorial addressing the issue of the reception of Holy Communion and the value of regularly receiving the body and blood of the Lord for the sanctification of the faithful. ...
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Civil Law and the Homosexual Person

Civil Law and the Homosexual Person
Mark Lowery FAITH Magazine July-August 2002“You Can’t Legislate Morality?”Why can’t you just let us do what we want to do?” “How does this harm you?” “Don’t impose your morality on us!” “If you don’t like this,...
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Three excellent resources & two caveats

Three excellent resources & two caveats
Fr Barron’s “Catholicism”:  catholicism.wordonfire.org/Portsmouth Diocese's new Confirmation programme:  www.transformedinchrist.com/session1/Westminster Diocese’s brand new singing and dancing youth page, where the CTS has provided the “Catholicism&rdq...
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