Today’s News

A Philosopher Lecturing on the Orrery, by Joseph Wright of Derby 1766 © Derby Museum of Art, Derby, England
Today’s Gospel in Art – You have hidden these things from the wise
Gospel of 29th April 2020 – Matthew 11:25-30The reading today is one that over the years has always somewhat puzzled me. He prays to His father and sa…  Read More

 

Chaplaincy CEO Eddie Gilmore with Sheila
Irish Chaplaincy offers contact service, support for elderly Irish people in London
The Irish Chaplaincy in London is a registered charity which provides an outreach service to three main groups: elderly Irish people (the Seniors’ Pro…  Read More

 

Ministry team leader appointed for Catholic HIV charity
As part of their recent strategic plan, UK based Catholics for AIDS Prevention & Support (CAPS) has appointed Rev Dr RE Vernon O’Brien as Ministry…  Read More

 

Petition: Stand with faith leaders to protect migrants in custody
Hundreds of Covid-19 cases have been confirmed in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention centres across the USA, yet the administration h…  Read More

 

Neil and son
Thousands join challenges to support global Covid-19 response
Last Sunday’s London Marathon and other events had to be cancelled because of the coronavirus – but this didn’t stop the amazing UK public from findi…  Read More

 

Yang Xu
China: ‘The sun will shine after the wind and: rain have passed’
The Covid-19 virus has subsided in China, and in Wuhan, where it started, restrictions are very slowly being lifted. A Catholic based in the city send…  Read More

 

Bishop Luiz Fernando Lisboa ©Aid to the Church in Need
Mozambique: Bishop speaks out following terror attacks
A bishop in Mozambique has spoken out about a spate of devastating attacks by jihadists – including the targeting of churches during Holy Week – which…  Read More

 

Saint of the Day

 

Saint Of The Day

 

St Catherine of Siena
Mystic. Dominican tertiary. St Catherine was born in 1347, the youngest of about 20 children of a Sienese dyer, Giacomo Benincasa. From a very early a…  Read More