The following organisations may be of interest to parishioners or visitors.
Please click on the title or blue link to go directly to the relevant web site.
The PTA’s information page can be viewed via this link.
The Diocese of East Anglia
The Diocese has a number of website resources which parishes and schools across the Diocese are encouraged to link to from their own websites and social media accounts. These are listed below, with links for you to visit.
The Diocesan website at www.rcdea.org.uk contains the latest news and events, information about Bishop Alan and all the different departments including youth, schools, vocations, evangelisation and Commissions. It also provides a guide to finding priests, deacons, churches, schools, hospitals etc.
There are also Facebook pages for Diocesan News, Schools News and Ignite/Youth News.
Regularly updated Twitter accounts also exist for Diocesan News, Schools News and Ignite/Youth News.
We have an online picture gallery of all main recent events across the Diocese on Flickr. You are welcome to download and use any of the pictures in your parish or schools newsletters or websites.
Finally we have our own YouTube channel with recent videos.
Director of Communications, Keith Morris, said: “We would strongly encourage churches and schools across the diocese to use all of these free online resources and links on their own websites.
“We would also ask that you carefully check any existing links to the diocesan websites to ensure that the current details here are included and not any old websites addresses, at least one of which now points to an entirely different sort of web content.”
Any queries to email@example.com or on 07712 787762
For young people, the Diocesan Youth Service is “Ignite”; their website is at http://rcdea.org.uk/youth/
East Anglian Catholic History Society
When the 40th anniversary of our diocese was celebrated, a new Catholic History Society was formed which now has a membership of more than 100, with occasional meetings and heritage days in different locations around the diocese.
CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development)
CAFOD works wherever the need is greatest to bring hope, save lives and fight poverty: please help this Christmas through the World Gifts Catalogue, available at the back of both churches.
We have received the above link to a video “An Introduction to Lourdes Pilgrimage” from Thomas Harrison.