Fr Jonathan Cotton, chaplain to the Nottingham Youth service, talked passionately about the issue of racism and explain how we, as Catholics, should react to it.
This term we are focusing on how we can be Missionary Disciples, especially in a time when we are not seeing each other as often as we would like.
Please get involved by doing the action each week yourself and sending a photo or a video (which can be used
Let's join together as a CMAT family in prayer at this time of difficulty. If you have any prayer intentions, or requests for a certain type of prayer or for someone to be remembered in our prayer, you can let me know if the comments at the bottom of this
Students from a number of our schools put together some videos for members of our community who are having to stay at home and might be feeling a bit lonely or just in need of a pick-me-up.
Here you will find prayers, messages, hymns and even a decade of the
Here are some resources which you might be able to use at home to help you to focus on your relationship with God and to spend some time in prayer.
In this video, students from Christ the King in Leicester lead us in a Lectio Divina session focused on healing.
On Tuesday 28th January 2020, over 1000 people gathered in Leicester for the St Thomas Aquinas feast day celebrations.
The Briars team joined us for the day and provided some fantastic music. Bishop Patrick spoke to us about being Disciples and about how we are called to look after our
Here is the video Tom made with students from around our trust, celebrating all of the things which make our schools wonderful, caring, joyful and loving places to be. Enjoy!
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On 28th January 2020 we will celebrate the Feast of St Thomas Aquinas for the second time as a family of schools. We want it to be a celebration of all all that makes each of our schools special, and so would like to know what your school can bring
John Henry Newman was Canonised (made a Saint) by Pope Francis in Rome on Sunday 13th October.
Newman is the first English person to be made a saint for 50 years, making it a really important event for us.
St John Henry Newman said some really famous things. In one of