"We Care About Women" - SPUC National Conference 2017.
Audio's form the Conference to Listen to !!!
John-Henry Weston SPUC 2017 Conference - The Global Pro-Life Battle
Editor and Chief of LifeSite News provides the 2017 Conference with a powerful conference on the epic stuggle for the Culture of Life. Mentioned here are not the normal concerns by the Pro-Life leaders around the world in their defence against the dignity of Human Life from conception to natural death, BUT, the confusion inherent within the leaders of the Catholic Church itself which seems to be unprecedented in History. The final message is of Hope and Prayer because in our mission, we beg God for the conversion of all souls so that one day we will all be in heaven together.
Antonia Tully SPUC 2017 Conference - The Ongoing Mis-Certification Campaign
Antonia Tully - The Safe at Schools Coordinator at SPUC gives a most enlightening discourse with a new message of hope in the enlightening initiative to canvass for legal pressure to be brought down upon the many Doctors who sign off Abortions illegally under the limitation of the 1967 Act. This is the Mis-Certification Campaign. This would enforce the practical application of these limitations in a legal way to reduce radically the number of Abortions in the UK. She speaks also of the threat to Decriminalise abortion
John Smeaton SPUC 2017 Conference - The effect of the Truth stated by Jacob Rees-Mogg
John Smeaton - Chief Executive of SPUC informs us of the ripple of effect of tye defence of the right for life made by Jacob Rees-Mogg in an interview with Piers Morgan. A prominent figure who defended the right for life in all circumstances, must pave the way now for us to continue the battle for life. We have 9 million reasons to continue this fight. We pray for a return for the Culture of Life in the UK. How can we achieve this ? By Prayer and a massive grass roots campign to lobby our MP's to repeal this unjust law and make the notion of abortion unthinkable.
Tom Rogers SPUC 2017 Conference - LGBT Ideology in our Schools
Dr. Tom Rogers SPUC Education Outreach Manager gives an outline to the extremely dangerous attempt by the Educational Authorities to exploit our children with the LGBT ideology. There is an attempt to make "relationships education" compulsory. We must fight against this proposed child exploitation to put our children at risk. The parents and not the state are the most responsible for the welfare, education and behaviour of their children. This new LGBT ideology, which looks to be implmented in 2019 in our schools, must be rejected at all costs from classrooms to protect the souls and innocence of our children.
Professor John Wyatt SPUC 2017 Conference - Caring for the Weakest, A paediatrician's perspective
John Wyatt is Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics at University College London and a Consultant Neonatologist at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, an internationally recognised tertiary centre for the care of the newborn. He has a long-standing interest in the ethical and social implications of advances in
biomedical technology and is currently collaborating with colleagues at UCL in the creation of an academic
centre to address these issues. He gives the SPUC Conference the benefit of his practical experience and some heart rendering examples in the fine line of a peadiatrician in the decision between the life and death of the child.
100th Anniversary of the apparitions at Fatima, an event is taking place at Buckfast Abbey.
Fatima 100 years Later: A Marian Call For The Whole Church is being held there on 12th & 13th October 2017.
It is a Marian conference with experts drawn from Britain, Europe and America. It is a time for discussion, a time for listening, a time for reflection upon all that has occurred in the intervening century but, perhaps more than anything else, it is a reminder of how relevant the message of Fatima is today. The conference is set in the beautiful surroundings of Buckfast Abbey, Devon. The abbey church and the grounds are at the disposal of those attending the conference. All temporal needs – food and accommodation – are provided for. Needless to say, so too are the spiritual needs.
There is the opportunity of daily Holy Mass and joining the Benedictine community for Vespers, as well as Holy Rosary, Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction. The theology, the history, and the spirituality of Fatima are all explored over the two days. Indicating the importance of the conference’s theme, no less than Cardinal Raymond Burke will give the opening address. EWTN will be filming the whole Conference. Please click on the image to download a copy of the promotional poster.
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Latest Audio - Homilies last Weekend from St.Mary's
Father Serafino EF Homily - September 09th 2017
This reflection in honour of Our Lady. Why do we hold Saturday as dedicated to Mary. Our Lady keeps firm the Faith in Jesus even when Her Son was in the Tomb.
Father Serafino 23rd Sunday - September 10th 2017
The Fraternal correction is very important. We must exercise Charity in all cases, both material and spiritual. The Spiritual is first in the order of Charity.
Father Pio 23rd Sunday - September 10th 2017
Today's readings call God Just and His judgements are right, and are directed toward the disciplines of the Church. The greatest act of Charity for someone is to tell them the TRUTH, even though it may be painful.
Father Michael Rowe 14th Sunday - September 10th 2017
Father Michael Rowe from Perth makes a visit to St. Mary's Gosport to teach us of importance of poverty. We must put God first and fight against bodily lust. First we must seek the virtue of Humility and serve only the one and true God.