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June 25, 2010
A few months ago I was visiting Mgr Freddie Miles at home in St Peter's Residence near the Oval in south London, writes Fran Godfrey
June 18, 2010
Contributors to the reissued book, The Path to Rome, gather for a reception at the Oxford Oratory on May 27
June 18, 2010
Front row, left to right: Dominic Brindley, Lewis Cannings and Luke Barker. Back row, left to right: Sheldon Connell and Naomi Horton
June 18, 2010
Fr Ulick Loring of Twickenham is pictured before and after he shaved off his beard
June 18, 2010
Fr Roger Dawson, the former soldier who is known to his friends as "the Pedalling Padre", is back in Oxford at his post as assistant Catholic chaplain to the university, writes Amanda C Dickie
June 18, 2010
John Messent, head boy, Andrew Johnson, Caroline Shorthouse, head girl, and Lord Guthrie
June 18, 2010
Children of St Francis's and Blackfriars primary schools in the Gorbals sing together at St Mungo's Cathedral
June 18, 2010
From left: Ellen Mchale, Joe Mannion and Anna Littler, sixth formers at St Bede's, the Manchester Catholic school
June 18, 2010
Talitha, pictured right, is the filly who was recently born on the Wintershall estate
June 18, 2010
The theme of the first national Pilgrimage of Divine Mercy to the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham on Saturday, June 5, was 'Tell the Whole World about My Mercy', writes Antonia Moffat
June 18, 2010
Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) has held another successful pilgrimage to the ancient shrine of Walsingham to raise awareness of the suffering Church around the world, writes John Newton
June 18, 2010
The Year for Priests seems at first glance to have been a tremendous failure - but for many of the world's priests, says Pope Benedict XVI, it has been a time of quiet renewal
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