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In response to Pope Benedict XVI’s ‘Year for Priests’, and on the Memoria of St Paul of the Cross* (19th October 2010), Priests of various southern dioceses, with the good wishes and encouragement of others from elsewhere in Britain, voted unanimously to found the British Province of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy for the sanctification and support of Priests, and in promotion of authentic Priestly life, holiness and mission by

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* St Paul of the Cross prayed for the conversion of England and founded the Passionists, whose Blessed Dominic Barbari greatly influenced Blessed John Henry Newman, and Received him into the Church. The British Province of the Confraternity was founded in direct response to Pope Benedict’s ‘Year for Priests’, his State Visit to Britain, and his Beatification of Blessed John Henry Newman.

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Of your charity pray for the repose of the soul of

 

 

Father DAVID PETER HUTTON 

 

of the Congregation of the Oratory 

and Parish Priest of Our Lady of the Rosary, Hayes

 

who died on S David’s Day, 1st March 2017 

at S Christopher’s Hospice, Sydenham 

fortified by the Rites of Holy Church.

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Further information, including funeral arrangements, may be found here.

Dates for your diaries...




Q & A with Cardinal George Pell

26 May - 10.30am

St Patrick’s, Soho Sq.



Catechetics and the Sacraments

Bishop Robert Byrne

24 October - 11.00am

St Patrick’s, Soho Sq.