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Be cured!

Leprosy is a painful and disfiguring disease. Nowadays it is curable, but it has not yet been eliminated; people still suffer from leprosy today. In Jesus’ time it
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Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday is this week and is a day of fasting and abstinence. Mass with imposition of ashes will be celebrated at St Cuthbert’s at 12.15pm and 7.00pm. 
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LOUDfence

To show support to victims and survivors of abuse, St Mary’s and St Nicholas’ Cathedrals in Newcastle are hosting LOUDfence in March 2024 and all are welcome to
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Come and See

Men aged 18+ who think God may be calling them to serve in our Diocese are invited to come and explore their vocation with the Diocesan Priestly Vocations
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Love the Stranger

Love the Stranger is a publication from the Department for International Affairs of the Catholic Bishops Conference, presenting a Catholic response to migrants and refugees. It places the
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