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Christopher Matthews
RC Priest of Shrewsbury Diocese UK, Parish Priest of Saint Joseph's Birkenhead & Saint Michael & All Angel's Woodchurch, Diocesan MC, etc!!!!
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Chris Larsen 2h
21 MAY 1891: The Cathedral Church of Our Lady and St Peter of Alcantara, Shrewsbury (Diocese of 1850-present) was consecrated.
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Rocco Palmo 14h
As each Consistory has its “star” – one new Cardinal on whom attention centers – this time around, it’s “Don Corrado”: Krajewski, literally Francis’ man on the street , here showing Pope the free laundromat he set up for Rome’s poor
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St. Michael's News 16h
Congratulations to all the children who made their First Holy Communion today.
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Kensington Palace May 19
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have asked that anyone who might wish to mark the considers making a donation to charity, rather than sending a wedding gift. Take a look at the seven charities chosen by Their Royal Highnesses:
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Adoremus : Eucharistic Congress May 18
'I am the living bread that came down out of heaven; if anyone eats of this bread, he will live forever; and the bread also which I will give for the life of the world is My flesh.' John 6:51
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Chris Larsen May 18
18 MAY 1913: William Grasar, eighth bishop of , born at Scunthorpe.
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St Joseph's Primary May 14
More photos from the Royal Box at Wembley...
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St Joseph's Primary May 14
More photos from the Royal Box...
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St Joseph's Primary May 14
In the final, our Girls came up against a very strong Woking side and it just wasn’t meant to be, as we were eventually beaten 3-1 - our goal scored by J. Brady. We send our congratulations to on their magnificent achievement.
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Divine Renovation May 13
Make time to love.
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Sir Edward Leigh MP May 12
I am bitterly disappointed that the Government has dropped its manifesto pledge & effectively prevented the opening of Catholic free schools. The cap is totally ineffective — meanwhile existing Catholic schools are the most diverse, popular, and achieve superb results.
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Chris Larsen May 13
13 MAY 1908: Samuel Allen, fourth bishop of , died at Shrewsbury aged 64. Buried at Shrewsbury cemetery, Shrewsbury.
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Divine Renovation May 12
How much do we sometimes take for granted?
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Shrewsbury Diocese May 12
Bishop Mark Davies urges Catholics to prepare for 'great and historic' National Eucharistic Congress in pastoral letter this weekend:
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Chris Larsen May 12
12 MAY 1959: Mark Davies, coadjutor and eleventh bishop of , born at Longsight, Manchester.
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Chris Larsen May 11
11 MAY 1895: John Carroll, titular bishop of Acmonia and coadjutor then third bishop of , succeeded as bishop of Shrewsbury.
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Chris Larsen May 11
11 MAY 1895: Edmund Knight, titular bishop of Corycus and auxiliary then second bishop of , appointed titular bishop of Flavias and retired to Kensington, London.
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Catholic Context May 9
"The recipe for parish transformation is simple but takes time and hard work. It's not easy."
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Catholic Context May 8
'We need a photocopier model of Church - bring people in, form them and then send them out as missionary disciples'
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Catholic Context May 8
'If you're going to lead change as part of the renewal of the Church there are going to be complaints'
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