CATHOLIC CHURCH IN OXFORD (NORTH) DEANERY
Burford: SS John Fisher and Thomas More
Carterton: St Joseph
Eynsham: St Peter
Kidlington: St Thomas More; Woodstock: St Hugh of Lincoln
Oxford : Corpus Christi
Oxford: Our Lady Help of Christians,Cowley
Oxford: St Aloysius (Oratorians)
Oxford: St Anthony of Padua
Oxford: Blessed Dominic Barberi
Oxford: Sacred Heart, Blackbird Leys
Oxford: St Edmund of Abingdon and St Frideswide (Greyfriars)
Oxford: SS Gregory and Augustine
Witney: Our Lady & St Hugh
Oxford: Hospital Chaplaincy
Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy
Oxford : Campion Hall (Jesuits)
Oxford: St Benet’s Hall (Benedictines)
Oxford: Priory of the Holy Spirit (Blackfriars) (Dominicans)
Oxford: Plater College
Oxford Brookes University Chaplaincy
Oxford: Travelling Mission to the Travelling People
Oxford: Polish Chaplain
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS IN OXFORD AREA
Hinksey Catholic Parish
Abingdon: St Edmunds
The Society of the Work
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SAINT JOSEMARIA ESCRIVA AND OPUS DEI
Families through Adoption.
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Pope Benedict XVI
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DEUS CARITAS EST (Benedict XVI)[Christian Love]
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St Thérèse of Lisieux in Oxford - October 2009
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Pastoral Letter : How can we best plan for our Mission together?
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Thinking about Adoption?
Families through Adoption, the specialist adoption team of Father Hudson’s Society is working hard to highlight the urgent need for people to come forward to consider adoption as a positive life change they can make.
We aim to ensure that ordinary people are able to make the extra-ordinary transition to adoptive parenting. Training and preparation groups and support beyond approval helps children and their new parents, as they become a new family.
Want to find out more – call Families through Adoption on:
Staffordshire 01782 715222;
Midlands 01675 434020;
Oxfordshire 01993 709423
Many of the children placed...
|...are in groups of brothers and sisters, and we are particularly committed to finding people who can offer a permanent home to brothers and sisters – in groups of 2, 3, 4 and more. Keeping brothers and sisters together is important for the children, and it provides adoptive parents with the opportunity to become parents to children who have already established relationships with each other.
|Why do we do this, and why might you consider adoption? Because it gives children a second chance of having a family life. In the words of a 10 year old, about his adoptive parents..’they’re nice to live with, they love me and care for me. When I came to live here, they made it a home from home, they helped me understand things, they took me to a nice school. I believe them, I trust them, and I love them’.