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On October 3 the Pontiff will travel to Palermo, Sicily

Print edition 24.09.10

Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, news, extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, we print the full texts of all Pope Benedict XVI’s addresses in Britain, and offer in-depth coverage of each day of the visit: four historic days in which the Holy Father charmed and challenged Britain. William Oddie says the caricature of Benedict XVI as cold and aloof can now finally be laid to rest; Stuart Reid speaks to pilgrims buzzing after Hyde Park; and Patrick West says the whole thing was a disaster for atheism.

Papal visit website reached millions across the world despite competition from BBC, Sky and EWTN

Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland deputy first minister, says he has ‘grounds’ to believe a visit may happen

Pope Benedict XVI remembers visit to England and Scotland during general audience at the Vatican

The corporation is criticised for being too sympathetic and too critical. Sky, meanwhile, has only had praise

St Homorius (September 30), the fifth Archbishop of Canterbury, was a key figure in the establishment of Christianity in England

Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms

Twenty-seventh Sunday of the Year: Amos 6: 1 & 4-7; 1 Timothy 6: 11-16; Luke 16: 19-31

The Virgin Mary appeared in a dream and said just one word to Alphonsus de Orozco (1500-1591): “Write”