Lecture: Did Luther's Reformation 'Do the Pope a favour?'

Marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, on 31 October the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School will welcome journalist, writer and broadcaster Peter Stanford for a unique talk entitled: Did Martin Luther’s Reformation 500 Years Ago ‘Do The Pope A Favour?’ As He Suggested?

Peter Stanford will be the 11th speaker the Vaughan has welcomed as part of its popular community Leadersh...

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Norwich: East Anglia schools gather for celebration Mass

Around 700 pupils and teachers from 25 Catholic schools across the Diocese of East Anglia gathered at St John’s Cathedral in Norwich on Wednesday to mark the start of another school year. They took part in a Schools Mass, which was celebrated by Bishop Alan Hopes, and organised by the seven schools from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, and then enjoyed a huge picnic in the cathedra...

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Stonyhurst to open International School in Penang, Malaysia

Stonyhurst College

The Penang State Government, Stonyhurst College, and LAPIS announced today the development of Stonyhurst Penang International School in Seri Tanjung Pinang, Tanjong Tokong, Penang, Malaysia. It will attract both international and Malaysian students from the region to study in Malaysia, in line with the Penang State Government’s vision to develop Penang as an Education Hub.

The school, w...

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Heythrop to host Network for Researchers in Catholic Education conference

Heythrop College

The Network for Researchers in Catholic Education celebrates its first anniversary this month. On September 19th and 20th Heythrop College is hosting the first annual conference for the Network for Researchers in Catholic Education. The theme of the conference is 'developing research in Catholic education. Over the two days there will be over 30 researchers presenting papers on almost every asp...

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Scotland: First Catholic-Jewish school opens

A new school serving serving pupils from both the Catholic and Jewish faiths has opened in Scotland.

Catholic St Clare’s Primary and the Jewish Calderwood Lodge also shares the £17 million development in Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire, with a non-denominational nursery class.A significant proportion of pupils at the Jewish primary school are Muslim.

East Renfrewshire Council bu...

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St Mary’s athletes and alumni begin World Championships in style

Mo Farah 5000 m final,  World Athletics championships Daegu. Wiki image: Erik van Leeuwen

The record number of alumni and athletes from St Mary’s University, Twickenham competing at the London 2017 World Athletics Championships have begun their campaign in style.

Sir Mo Farah started the defence of his World 5000m and 10000m titles with a commanding victory. In a close race, which Sir Mo described as one of the toughest of his career, he saw off competition from the Kenyan, ...

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St Mary's enters partnership with French university

Bernard Vasdeboncoeur, EMD École de Management President; Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Chancellor; Professor Francis Campbell, Vice Chancellor St Mary's

St Mary's University, Twickenham, has entered into a formal partnership with EMD École de Management in Marseille. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) setting out areas of co-operation was signed by St Mary's Vice-Chancellor Professor Francis Campbell and President Bernard Vasdeboncoeur during St Mary's graduation ceremonies hosted at Westminster Cathedral. As part of the...

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Eastbourne: Circus comes to St Thomas a Becket schools

A Catholic primary school on the south coast held a circus-themed Summer Fayre before the end of term - to raise funds for the school. St Thomas a Becket Infant & Junior School in Eastbourne attracted a great crowd of families from the school and across Eastbourne, all joining in the fun. Highlights included three professional circus performances in the Mini Big Top, by Circus Pazaz,...

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East Anglia: Lowestoft school celebrates Golden Jubilee

BIshop Alan meets the children

St Mary's Catholic Primary in Lowestoft is marking its Golden Jubilee in 2017 and a special end-of-year Mass with Bishop Alan Hopes, helped to mark the 50th anniversary in style on Wednesday, 19 July 19. Pupils, teachers and family members joined Bishop Alan in the special Mass held at the school, including three people who were at the school on the opening day, 50 years ago.

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Manchester: St Paul's students experience world of work

Students from Saint Paul’s Catholic High School in Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester, recently undertook work placements and gained a taste of what real life’s all about.

The school organises work placement opportunities for its Year 10 students, providing them with a great chance to experience working life and to develop the valuable skills they are going to need for the future.


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London: Work by artists from St Benedicts chosen for RA show

Rommy Georgiou

Paintings and sculptures by three A level Art students at St Benedict’s School, Ealing, west London, have been selected from more than 2,400 submissions for the Royal Academy A-level Summer Exhibition Online.

The exhibition of 49 outstanding pieces is the online equivalent of the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition, and is a showcase for some of the UK’s most promising artists aged 16...

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London: Pupils fly flag for the environment

Eco Committee/Eco Garden pupils from years 8, 9 & 10 with Headteacher, Mr Andrew Prindiville and St Gregory’s Eco Schools Coordinator Mrs Hovey – back left

A school in Kenton, northwest London, has been recognized for its outstanding green credentials for the third consecutive time.

St Gregory’s Catholic Science College is one of only three state maintained secondary schools in London to hold the Eco Schools Green Flag Award.

To earn this accolade, a school must already have achieved bronze and silver awards and must show that they ...

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Westminster: Good Shepherd and Good Samaritan Masses

Young Good Samaritans

Schools from across Westminster diocese joined together at Westminster Cathedral on Friday to show their support for the work of the Catholic Children’s Society.

Thousands of children and young people attended the Good Shepherd and Good Samaritan Masses. The Masses offered a wonderful opportunity to celebrate their fundraising achievements. A record 132 schools supported the Catholic Ch...

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Bristol student receives Good Samaritan Award

A Bristol teenager has been recognised by her Sixth Form College for her hard work and dedication to her community recently, during their annual ‘Good Samaritan Awards’. Eighteen year old Charlotte Daly currently studies at St Brendan’s Sixth Form College and was awarded for her impressive volunteering work. Charlotte balances her post-16 studies with volunteering as a coach fo...

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