Parish Practice

Light to the peripheries Premium

12 October 2016 | by Anthony Chantry
The 1994 Rwandan genocide claimed 1 million lives. Parishes now are trying to promote healing and Missio’s World Mission Sunday collection will help. Everyone’s understanding of mercy will be deepened

Forgotten victims of crime Premium

06 October 2016 | by Katherine Copperthwaite
Prisons Week takes place next week starting with Prisoners’ Sunday on 9 October. For the children of incarcerated parents, the pain can be acute. Schools are in a unique position to give support

A season to be thankful Premium

29 September 2016 | by Bernard Cotter
A carefully planned Harvest Thanksgiving weekend, linking it to the season of ‘Creationtide’ that is starting to take shape in many parishes, will help reconnect all of us to creation and the Creator

Placing faith in learning Premium

22 September 2016 | by Judith Russi
The start of the school year is fraught with anxiety for many families, as parents embark on choosing the best school for their child in the following academic year and applying for a place. It is vital to be prepared

Soup and solidarity Premium

15 September 2016 | by Ellen Teague
Church groups across the land are responding to Pope Francis’ call to honour and care for the environment with country walks, allotment vegetables, a photographic competition and plans for a ‘car-free Sunday’

Tomorrow’s voters Premium

08 September 2016 | by Paul Barber
It is vital that students start to learn while still at school how they can become ‘active citizens’. A good way to start is to invite your MP to visit, and the Catholic Education Service has made this extremely easy

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