Archbishop Vincent Nichols call for priests to live afresh the 'core values' of simplicity, honesty and joy.
A Requiem Mass for the late President of Poland and all those who died
in the plane crash in Smolensk has taken place at
Archbishop Vincent Nichols has expressed his sincere condolences to the Polish
community in England and Wales following the plane crash in Smolensk on
10 April 2010.
An Easter video reflection by the Archbishop of Westminster
'Oscar Romero was a preacher of astonishing clarity and power. As we
recall his life and his death, let us listen again to his words.'
Lent is not a time for blaming others but a time for
identifying our own faults, seeking forgiveness and trying to
build a more virtuous life
In a challenging acceptance address Archbishop Nichols
to help overcome what he described as 'the corrosive cynicism of
'An outstanding leader, a most kind and courteous person, a fine scholar
and a man who appreciated all that is best in Irish culture'
In his homily at Midnight Mass, Archbishop Vincent Nichols
has questioned the wisdom of the world that tells us happiness comes
from wealth, status and celebrity.
The Most Rev Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster and President
of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has made an
official visit to the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, in Neasden, north London.