Led by: Dr Gemma Simmonds CJ Please arrive by 6pm on Friday. Retreat ends with lunch on Sunday. The ritual of baptism announces that we now share in Christ’s threefold ministry as Prophet, Priest, and Read the full article...
National Conference for Rural Catholics 2018. Where: Best Western Country Hotel, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1YE. When: February 5-7, 2018. Cost: Full board £245 per person (including non returnable deposit of £100); 1 night D, B&B Read the full article...
The Saint Vincent de Paul Society has launched a drive to recruit more volunteers and start new volunteering groups across the diocese of Clifton to cope with increasing demand for help from poor, homeless, lonely or housebound people.
The two Bristol Circles of the Catenian Association and their wives entertained Clergy from the Bristol area recently to a dinner at Bristol Golf Club. This is an annual event to celebrate the hard work of our priests.
Having achieved its best ever an examination result in the summer, St. Bernadette Catholic Secondary School in Bristol is celebrating the outcome of its recent Ofsted inspection. The inspection team visited the Whitchurch school on 13th and 14th November and found much to praise.
Writing to Cardinal Vincent Nichols, President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, Pope Francis has sent a message to the police chiefs, government officials and bishops gathered in London for an international conference on human trafficking. “We must never forget, nor may we ignore, the suffering of so many men, women and children whose human dignity is violated through this exploitation.”
Tickets are still available to join Bishop Declan and over 200 young people from the Clifton Diocese at CYMFed Flame2 March 7th @ Wembley Arena. It’s going to be an amazing day being amongst around 10,000 young Catholics with some brilliant speakers and music from Matt Redman.
Friday 28th of November might have been ‘Black Friday’ to the press. The news might have been full of images of people fighting to see what they could buy but in Clifton Cathedral it was a different story altogether.
On Bath Spa University’s Thursday Ecumenical Chaplains’ Soup Lunch on 20th November 2014 the cheque raised by the soup effort with the support of the student & Staff customers this past year amounted to £1,776.48