Diocesan News

Pope Francis receives the COVID-19 vaccine

A COVID-19 vaccination programme is taking place at the Vatican

There is a March 2021 safeguarding training deadline for those working with vulnerable groups in parishes

Meet the March deadline and ensure your safeguarding training is up to date.

Join our fantastic new Lent programme: Invited

Encounter the beauty of our faith and engage more profoundly with the Gospel message!

Watch our November 2020 Annual Volunteer Forum webinars.

This year's Volunteer Forum took place online, you can watch the webinars here.

Covid-19 vaccines will protect the vulnerable and should be welcomed.

A vaccine will seek to protect the whole of society from this virulent virus and should be welcomed.

Fr Barry Wymes (1936-2020), a lifelong relationship with Lourdes.

A lifelong relationship with Lourdes: Catherine Simon's interview with Fr Barry Wymes, may he rest in peace.

Safe Spaces a Victim Support initiative.

Victim Support launches Safe Spaces for survivors of church related abuse.

The latest COVID-19 guidance for parishes.

The Government has updated the guidance issued to places of worship. Find out more here.

Education News

St Richard's Pupils Fundraise for Red Wednesday

Pupils support Aid to the Church in Need's national ‘Red Wednesday’ event

Children from St Hugh of Lincoln produce beautiful work for our diocesan Day of Prayer

St Hugh of Lincoln Catholic Primary School in Woking mark two special celebrations in just one week!

The Children of Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Primary School explore the O Antiphons

Each year group has created art work in response to their learning

Latest Publications

Refugee Crisis Newsletter Discover the difference your donations have made to people across our community.

Read Vinculum, our Ministry to Priests News created and edited by our Clergy Welfare Team - Autumn 2020.

Read our very first Modern Slavery Newsletter - Autumn 2020

Discover news and important tips in the latest climate change leaflet from our Environment Group.