Monthly Archives: August 2017

One hundred years ago this year, Oscar Romero was born on 15th August (the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady). On 24th March 1980, after three years of courageous ministry as Archbishop of San Salvador, defending the poor and seeking peace in war-torn and oppressed El Salvador, he was murdered while offering Mass.

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Last weekend saw the 39th Annual National Justice and Peace Conference, entitled, ‘A Sabbath for the Earth and the Poor: The Challenge of Pope Francis’.  Included in the 260 attendees from most Dioceses across the country were three members of Clifton Diocese Justice and Peace Commission Sue Smailes, Sue Ingham and Bella Harding

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If you haven’t seen me floating around the Diocese anytime in the last 9 weeks, I am Aimee Gallivan. I am a student studying Media, Culture and Practice at the University West of England. I really enjoy the course I am studying but I understand that the media industry is highly competitive and it is recommended for students to try and get some work experience.

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