The Cathedral Schola are joined by an Orchestra and Soprano Rosamund Walton to present this year’s Dedication Concert, featuring the music of Mozart: his stirring Coronation Mass, the virtuosic cantata ‘Exsultate Jubilate’ and the his setting of Vespers of a Confessor, featuring the very famous ‘Laudate […]
The Cathedral Trust seeks to appoint a Cathedral Co-ordinator to work closely with the Dean of the Cathedral, the Cathedral Secretary, all heads of department, the Trust’s Company Secretary and the Cathedral Architect. This is a position for an individual who is hard working, motivated, attentive, exceptionally organised, adaptable to change, pro-active, an effective communicator […]
The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development is holding an Online Mass to pray for those in India being affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic.
India is facing a devastating second wave of coronavirus, with more than 16 million cases and 200,000 deaths confirmed. Father Paul […]
The Diocese of East Anglia will be celebrating a virtual pilgrimage to the Catholic National Shrine at Walsingham on Monday May 3, after the usual in-person pilgrimage was cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Bishop Alan Hopes will be celebrating a 12 noon Mass at the Chapel of Reconciliation and a Rosary and Benediction at 2.30pm.
The Catholic Bishops of England and Wales have issued a reflection on post-pandemic recovery and the challenges faced by the Church in encouraging people back to the Church and her Sacraments.
The Bishops met for their Spring plenary meeting from April 19 – 22.
In a reflection titled The Day of the Lord, the Bishops also praise […]
Retrouvaille UK is offering a programme to support Marriages with difficulties
So much uncertainty around, health, income, employment, vulnerable family members, children, housing. Different ways of seeing things, coping with change, managing fears can be a source of conflict and stress. It can be difficult to talk, to listen to support and comfort […]
Sarah Ebelewicz, a Cathedral Parishioner, gives an update on the Walk for Water challenge which she took on during Lent.
It has been a real blessing to take part in Walk for water this Lenten season. I’ve been aware that I was part of both a diocesan community and also a national one […]
The Bishop of East Anglia, Rt Rev Alan Hopes, has paid tribute to His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, following his death at Windsor Castle on Friday morning, at the age of 99.
Bishop Alan, on behalf of Catholics across the Diocese of East Anglia, said: “We pray for the repose of […]