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June 11, 2010
Major McCrory is seen here receiving his Knighthood from Bishop Richard Moth of the Forces, supported by Army chaplains Fr Anthony Paris, left, and, on the right in combat kit, Fr Nick Gosnell
June 11, 2010
The three priests and two deacons lead the celebration at English Martyrs Church
June 11, 2010
Staff and students from the Hexham and Newcastle diocese Catholic Partnership South toured Westminster and heard Archbishop Tutu give a lecture
June 11, 2010
The archbishops of both Westminster and Birmingham used the occasion of their homilies on the Feast of St Philip Neri, Wednesday May 26, to compare the characteristics of St Philip and Cardinal Newman, writes Peter Jennings
June 11, 2010
Sister Janet Fearns surveys the history of the Sacred Heart
May 07, 2010
Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, and extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Patrick Reyntiens is inspired by medieval treasures at Lambeth Palace; Hugh David wonders whether middle-class values are drawing people away from the faith; and Jack Carrigan suggests that Christopher Hitchens is more generous-hearted than
January 01, 1970
Cardinal George Pell thanked Pope Francis Friday following the dramatic resignation of Vatican Cardinal Angelo Becciu. In a statement sent to CNA on September 25, the former prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy said: “The Holy Father was elected to clean up Vatican finances. He plays a long game and is to be
January 01, 1970
As part of my research for this year’s Catholic Good Schools Guide 2020/2021, I visited a wonderful girls’ boarding school in rural Dorset, where I was shown around by two A-Level pupils who brimmed with an infectious enthusiasm for life. Just three months later, St Mary’s Shaftesbury announced it was closing down due to ongoing
January 01, 1970
We must help teenagers cope with the social and educational effects of coronavirus
January 01, 1970
China must not dictate what is taught in schools
January 01, 1970
Recovery will not be easy as children start returning to schools that are very different
January 01, 1970
Violence comes in many forms, but its goal is always control, Bishop Mark E. Brennan of Wheeling-Charleston said in his homily at the fourth annual national vigil Mass marking October as of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Violence in the home, Bishop Brennan said, is common, not sporadic like epidemics. Whether it is physical, verbal, emotional,
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