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St John Henry Newman Voluntary Aided

Decision to allow a new Catholic school in Hampton was made according to Government guidance and cannot be overturned   CLICK LINK below to read

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Catholic Church –

Churches are allowed to open for prayer and communal worship at this time according to the provision of the most recent national legislation and

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Bishops Conference on

Catholics may in good conscience receive any of these vaccines for the good of others and themselves. In good conscience, one may refuse a particular

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Urgent and Important PLEASE READ &

VIOLENT ASSAULT & GBH AGAINST AN ELDERLY MEMBER OF OUR COMMUNITY   ON TUESDAY 29TH DECEMBER @ 5pm, KEVIN, 76 YEARS OLD AND DEAF, WELL KNOWN

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Give a Poinsettia for your loved

Place a POINSETTIA in St Luke’s Church  in memory of your loved ones this Christmas Season. POINSETTIAS will be displayed in the sanctuary from

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Katharine of Aragon and the calendar problem: a Catholic

Katharine of Aragon and the calendar problem: a Catholic connection Three online sessions on Thursdays before the Winter Solstice animated by

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Catholic Church welcomes IICSA report into

The Catholic Church in England and Wales has welcomed the report, published today, from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, relating to

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STATEMENT FROM THE CARDINAL IN RESPONSE TO THE STATEMENT FROM THE PRIME MINISTER ABOUT THE NEW

PLEASE CLICK the LINK below to read the statement from the Cardinal that has been sent to the Prime Minister with regards to his statement about the

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Parish Email

Please do not reply to emails from our parish email and also from saintlukesparish@hotmail.com. We’ve been hacked! Hackers of the parish email are

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Did you say Halloween? It’s All Hallows

ALL HALLOWS EVE ‘Halloween?’   The true substance of Halloween belongs to the Catholic Church. Halloween derives from All

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