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May 11, 2011
Bishops of England and Wales seek to map out aims for the next five to 10 years at a meeting that may lead to a shake-up of Eccleston Square
May 04, 2011
Canon Reginald Fuller has died at the age of 102
April 26, 2011
Mary Lyons, founder of the Girls’ Young Christian Workers movement, has died at the age of 92
April 07, 2011
Mark Greaves visits Glasgow’s Catholic cathedral as workers toil to finish one of the most ambitious church renovation projects in years
April 04, 2011
Mark Greaves meets the brave members of an Anglo-Catholic parish in Kent who are preparing to cross the Tiber together in Holy Week
March 16, 2011
Bishop enters 'exploratory negotiations' with the Institute of Christ the King over future of huge church closed almost three years ago
March 10, 2011
Gammarelli tailoring can be purchased on the internet for the first time - in the form of red socks
March 04, 2011
Mark Greaves talks to Matthew Fradd, the 28-year-old who conquered his porn addiction and is helping others to do the same
March 03, 2011
Archbishop of Westminster says in lecture at LSE that the private sector must serve society, not just pursue profit
March 02, 2011
Archbishop Mennini was taken to Buckingham Palace in a horse-drawn carriage
February 23, 2011
Benedict XVI 'asks God to relieve suffering' in New Zealand after a massive earthquake kills at least 75 people, with 300 still missing
February 23, 2011
Archbishop Smith says Church will oppose Government 'in the strongest terms' if it tries to make gay marriage legal
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