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Blessed Roger Cadwallador
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In 1610 – dangerous times to be a Catholic – Blessed Roger Cadwallador from Hereford was condemned as a Catholic priest and was hung, drawn and quartered. His life and death shine a light on his faith and his attractive, cheerful character.
By Archbishop Vincent Nichols
The Archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols, offers priests and people alike a reflection on the enduring themes which are a constant in the life of the priest, drawing on his homilies over the last five years at the ordination of priests and deacons. Read More
The African saints that Catholics are most likely to have heard of – even if they don’t know much about them – lived a very long time ago, and often in parts of Africa which are no longer Christian. Read More
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