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One of the main differences that you will notice with this new site is the navigation which is now across the top instead of down the side.
When you move your mouse pointer over an item along the top it will highlight in blue, and if you click you will go to that page.
If however you pause for a moment, and there are pages sitting beneath it they will show as a submenu and sliding your mouse pointer over that page title and clicking will take you to that page.
You should notice that against About Us there is a small blue arrow on the right.
This blue arrow indicates that there are also pages beneath this one as well. So hovering over that page title will show you all the pages beneath that page.
 
Sometimes a page or whole group of pages may move from the top menu and get “parked” somewhere else, either permanently or at particular times of the year, like Advent, Lent, or Easter.
If you can’t find what you are looking for quickly, then try use the search box in the top right hand corner.
In the lower right hand corner on some “modules” you will notice that there is a small printer icon. Clicking on this will allow you to print the content of the “module”. Depending on your browser you may need to enable “pop ups” to allow this to work.
You will also notice in the top right hand corner on most modules there is either a “plus” or “minus” sign. When this a plus sign it means that the module is collapsed and clicking on the “plus” will expand the content. Conversely when it is a “minus” clicking on it will collapse the module and hide the content.

 

  
 
Prayer for the Pope Minimize

 

 

 

God our Father, Shepherd and Guide, look with love on Francis, your servant, the pastor of your church. May his word and example continue to inspire and guide the Church and may he and all those entrusted to his care come to the joy of everlasting life. Amen.

 


 

 

 
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