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Introduction

It's estimated that at least two-thirds of the baptised Catholic community in England and Wales are non-churchgoing - approximately four million people. This makes a significant constituency of people who, in most cases, self-identify as Catholic but never or rarely attend Mass. The Department for Evangelisation and Catechesis has initiated a national project to support ministry to this group of people.

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Liverpool

Bishop of Lancaster affirms the need to seek ways of closing the gap between faith and culture at an evangelisation day for over 250 people from the North We...Read more

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Cardiff

At the final Crossing the Threshold resource day of 2012 in Cardiff, the Most Rev George Stack, Archbishop of Cardiff, has spoken of the importance of embrac...Read more

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Westminster

Archbishop Vincent Nichols, Westminster, spoke of the pain experienced by friends and family when faith is lost in his address to around 200 people at a conf...Read more

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Crawley

Most Rev Peter Smith, Archbishop of Southwark, affirmed that witnessing to Christ’s love is the most important part of the new evangelisation, during his hom...Read more

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Birmingham

Archbishop Bernard Longley, a member of the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelisation, warmly welcomed more than 200 delegates from various dio...Read more

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York

The 'Crossing the Threshold' national tour kicked-off with a resource day in York on Saturday 12 November 2011. Its purpose was to support churchgoing Cathol...Read more