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Ealing: New chapel at St Benedict's
Ealing: New chapel at St Benedict's

A new chapel at St Benedict's, Ealing, west London was dedicated on the school's patronal feast day, 21 March. The Dedication of the Chapel of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus was conducted by the Rt Rev John Wilson, Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster and Titular Bishop of Lindesfarne, who was also the Principal Celebrant at the whole school Mass in honour of St Benedict,

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Ealing: World famous Voces8 sings with St Benedict's choirs
Ealing: World famous Voces8 sings with St Benedict's choirs

The widely acclaimed professional a cappella group, Voces8, visited St Benedict's Ealing, to work with the school's choirs, Abbey choristers and pupils of all ages. Children from west London primary schools also attended the singing day, which culminated in a wonderful concert to showcase what had been learned. Voces8 began the concert with music by Byrd and Rachmaninov before the youngest singers took to the stage to perform American and British folk songs,

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 HRH The Princess Royal visits Stonyhurst College
HRH The Princess Royal visits Stonyhurst College

On Wednesday, 24 September, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visited Stonyhurst College in Lancashire, in her capacity as Patron of the Woodland Trust’s First World War Centenary Woods Project. The Princess Royal planted a tree at Stonyhurst alongside the 301 oak saplings planted by the Stonyhurst College Combined Cadet Force. Each tree represents a serviceman who died in the First World War, and other conflicts, who had attended Stonyhurst. The Woodland Trust’s Centenary Woods Project 

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Cardinal Vincent Nichols visits Stonyhurst
Cardinal Vincent Nichols visits Stonyhurst

Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, was the guest of honour at Stonyhurst’s prize-giving this year. In his address to parents and pupils at the historic Jesuit school in Lancashire, Cardinal Nichols described Pope Francis as the finest exponent of Jesuit education, for his focus on the human person. Cardinal Nichols said that, from meeting his Holiness in Rome, it was clear that the generosity and love Pope Francis shows to everyone he encounters springs from a profound sense of peace and faith.

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