The annual Pilgrimage to Lourdes this year was 'a week infused with faith and joy' as young people from 46 parishes supported pilgrims with varying needs from across the Diocese.
The Young Christian Workers of England & Wales have issued a statement at the conclusion of the Reunion of European YCW Leaders’ Conference.
The parish of St Joseph the Worker in Hutton celebrated two significant dates in July: 60 years since it opened in a temporary church and 50 years since its present church was built.
Brentwood Diocese celebrated the ordination of another deacon on the road to priesthood last month.
Interested in finding out more about the permanent diaconate and how its role might develop in our diocese? Come to a study day at Epping in September.
Do you know any RAF veterans or their families who may need support? If so, please get in touch with the RAFBF.
Six months since its launch, the new Rough Sleepers Hub in Canning Town reports on its work to support people off of the streets of Newham
Fr Adrian Graffy has organised a range of events to celebrate a 'Year of the God who Speaks', which begins in October 2019 and marks the 50th anniversary of the Catholic Biblical Federation.
A statement has been issued by the lead Catholic and Church of England bishops on the final report into support for persecuted Christians by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
More than 400 people came together to celebrate their faith, including children who had just made their first Holy Communion and representatives from schools in the town.