A Corporal Work of Mercy: Visit the prisoner God calls each of us in different ways to serve Him and our neighbour. This prisons week, you are invited to join a live Zoom meeting online to hear the testimony of how a lay prison chaplain became involved in prison ministry and evangelisation. Those over the
Wonderful blessings! Louis Thomas Busuttil, Helen Catherine Ross and Eddie Martin Zengeni are now officially admitted to the Cambridge and Laxton Lay Dominican Fraternity and so to the Dominican Family. Please keep them in your prayers.
Edmund Zengeni will be Admitted to the Lay Fraternity of Cambridge during the 11.00 Mass at Blackfriars next Sunday 4th June, Trinity Sunday. The Mass Celebrant will be Father Colin Carr OP, Religious Assistant and chaplain to the Cambridge Fraternity. Please keep Edmund in your prayers,
Jill Gunsell, President of the Cambridge Fraternity, recently spoke on Radio Maria about life as a Lay Dominican.
Pamela McNeil was a sister, a friend and a pillar of the Cambridge Fraternity, of Blackfriars and of our Lay Dominican Provincial life for many years. Please keep Pamela, her family and the Cambridge Fraternity in your prayers. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord, may she rest in peace and rise in glory.
This 8 week course provides an overview of basic Catholic belief and doctrine, based on the treatment of the “Angelic Doctor,” St. Thomas Aquinas. You will be introduced to the overall structure of Aquinas’ thought in general, and learn how to utilize the Summa theologiae, with opportunities for discussion and questions. Week Topic 1 Happiness or
C.atherine Wallis-Hughes of the London Fraternity will be joining a panel at an event on Vocations at Fisher House in Cambridge. The Vocations Panel takes place on Thursday 10 March at 8.00pm. and will also be live-streamed on the website at fisherhouse.org.uk/live