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New Dawn The Son rose on that first day, A great doorway opened wide. Events played out, from Friday to Sunday, Now an emptiness deep inside.   All is lost, how can I explain, To whom shall we go, where can we turn. Discarded grave cloths now remain, What is there here for me...

This Holy Thursday, we wish you a blessed Triduum and a Happy Easter day with your family and community We attach in Word and pdf, three items from the Teams Leading Team for forwarding to Teams and couples.  We have added these to the Transatlantic and...

The Way The path is narrow and the journey long, Faith in God unswerving, Faith in His creation (my neighbour), A command to love and serving. This is not my path, Not of my devising, This cannot be my path, For more than me comprising. Here there and further on, There are so many more, Others...

Not the Nails   Not the nails that held him to the cross, Nor the soldiers or the large crowd. He endured the pain and bore the loss. His body scarred and precious head bowed, Not the nails that held him to the wood, This king of kings and servant of all. A...

Catholic Voices was involved in a very successful survey and report during the first lockdown in May-July 2020. Over 2,500 Catholics responded. the survey results are available from the Catholic Voices website. Catholic Voices wishes to repeat the survey with increased breadth. They say "The...

From the London Jesuit Centre  www.londonjesuitcentre.org Dates: This is a five-week course. The introductory session is on Tuesday 27 April at 7.00-7.30pm and the online seminars are on Tuesdays 4, 11, 18, 25 May and 1 June 2021 at 7.00-8.00pm (London time). Course leader: Fr Ladislav Sulik...

Relationships in Ordinary Time Lent provides a special opportunity to reflect on the practice of our faith, drawing upon our journey through Ordinary Time as we look in hope to the season of Eastertide. Ordinary Time in the life of the Church is far from unimportant, or uninteresting...

It's great that we have now launched our new TeamsGB.org.uk website. Tremendous thanks to Paul O'Beirne for doing all the groundwork. We are still developing pages and the overall look of the site, so we ask you to be patient. It is, and always will be,...

Teams of Our Lady:  a recipe for married love By the Reverend Roger Carr-Jones, Marriage & Family Life Coordinator, Diocese of Westminster If like me, you enjoy cooking, you will know that, when the recipe asks you to spend time marinading the food, should you then decide...

We really would like your views on this new website, and if you have any recent poems, writings, prayers or other interesting items that you would like to share with your GB family, please let us know by emailing them to WebEditors@Teamsgb.org.uk...