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Walk of witness, churches together, Norwich Catenians

Latest news of interest to the East Anglia Catholic community includes a procession of witness, a churches together event and new Norwich Catenians.


On Good Friday, March 29, about 60 members of the four Christian churches in Sawston came together for its Procession of Witness through the village starting at Sawston Free church and finishing at St Mary’s with hot cross buns and hot drinks.

Fr John Minh said: “As we walked through the village, we followed a life-sized cross carried by a member of each church in turn . We stopped at various points outside the shops where we listened to the Passion according to St Mark finishing with a prayer and hymn.

“This is a very moving procession and a great witness of our joint solidarity and friendship with our Christian brothers and sisters here in Sawston,” said John.


Churches Together Shire & Soke (Northamptonshire, Peterborough & Rutland) AGM will hear theologian Dr Anna Krauss speak on theological and practical ecumenism and how to encourage young ecumenist involvement. The meeting will take place on Tuesday May 14 from 7:30pm until 9pm at St Ninian’s Church, Beanfield Avenue, Corby NN18 0AX.  This is a free event and everyone is welcome.

Dr Anna Krauss is currently the General Secretary of The Council of Lutheran Churches in Great Britain. From September, she will take up the post of Director of the Lutheran World Federation’s (LWF) Centre in Wittenberg, Germany.

There will be a very short AGM, followed by a time of worship gathering then an opportunity to hear from Dr Anna, followed by a time of Questions and Answers.  Light refreshments will be available. Further details from:  caroline.hutchings@shireandsoke.org.uk


The April meeting of Norwich Circle of the Catenian Association held at the George Hotel, Newmarket Road saw the enrolment of two new members, Graham Hunt and Paul Hawkins.

Pictured left to right are Graham Hunt, Circle President Nimal Hemelge and Paul Hawkins.

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