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Celebrating Archbishop Romero's centenary

A statue of Blessed Oscar Romero will be unveiled at the Cathedral at this month's 37th annual Mass to commemorate the life of a modern-day martyr. Full Story

Sunday thoughts: March

Monsignor John Devine sees Lent as a special, grace-filled time of preparation for Easter: a gift to be received rather than an ordeal to be endured. Full Story

On a liturgical note: March

The way in which we live each day is important because it should show the fruits of the gift of the Holy Spirit, writes Canon Philip Gillespie. Full Story

Make the Cross our focus

This Lent take time to focus on the Cross and what it means for us: the good news that God has redeemed us in Christ and no one is beyond His forgiving love. Full Story

My wish for Lent

Animate Youth Ministries team coordinator Lauren reflects on her Lenten mission to get closer to others as well as to God. Full Story

Postcard from Valladolid

Currently studying at the Royal English College, Valladolid, seminarian Joseph Champion-Williams reflects on his mission to evangelise from within. Full Story

Lenten reflections

The Metropolitan Cathedral's director of music Dr Christopher McElroy explains how silence plays a greater role in our Lenten liturgies. Full Story

Making music at the Met

Assistant director of music James Luxton discusses musical preparations for the Cathedral's 50th anniversary, and much more, in an exclusive interview. Full Story

What is more sacred to us – a tree or an unborn child?

It is 50 years since the 1967 Abortion Act and we are already seeing plans to use the anniversary to push for total 'decriminalisation' of abortion. Full Story

Gospel for 26 March

On Laetare Sunday, the Gospel tells how "the blind man went off and washed himself, and came away with sight restored". Full Story