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Buckfast Abbey: Book launch and Conference – 7 October 2017

There will be a special one day conference at Buckfast Abbey to launch a new book on the history, art and architecture of the Abbey ahead of their millenium year in 2018. The date will be Saturday 7th October. It … Continue reading

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Downside Lectures 2017

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ECHA Newsletter June 2017

Please click on the links below to access our latest newsletter, and the booking forms for our next visits. ECHA Newsletter for June 2017 ECHA Visit to Little Malvern and Blackmore Park, Thursday 6th July 2017 ECHA Visit to Museum … Continue reading

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Catholic History Day, Bar Convent, York, Saturday 3rd June 2017

This year’s programme: Exile and Return: The Bar Convent and the English Catholic Story   Dr. James Kelly:  Rendering unto Caesar? The secular, the sacred and the formation of an English Catholic identity c.1558-1793 Dr. Cormac Begadon:  Exile and Mission: the … Continue reading

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ECHA Newsletter for March 21

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Visit of the Fatima Pilgrim Statue to Westminster Cathedral on 18 February 2017, and UK tour following

Article by Donal Anthony Foley, Secretary, World Apostolate of Fatima, England and Wales One hundred years ago, from May to October 1917, Our Lady appeared to three young shepherd children, Jacinta and Francisco Marto, and Lucia dos Santos, at Fatima … Continue reading

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Catholic History Walks, London, 2017

Organised by Catholic History Walks, two Springtime riverside walks along the Thames will be organised in March, starting from the Church of the Most Precious Blood at London Bridge, which is in the care of the Ordinariate. The Walks are … Continue reading

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