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July 02, 2010
Archbishop Nichols is pictured with an extraordinary minister of the Eucharist at a Mass attended by international supporters of the Alpha teaching course
July 02, 2010
Natasha King is pictured in an art room at St Joseph’s centre in Hendon
July 02, 2010
Archbishop Szczepan Wesoły addresses the Polish Action Group, known as Ipak
July 02, 2010
Fr John Williams marks 50 years of priesthood. He nearly had a career as a football player
July 02, 2010
Rob Holloway, left, and his brother Tom, right, are pictured during their appearance for the MCC in the annual celebratory cricket match against their old school
July 02, 2010
Walkers pictured here in Cardiff are expected to raise between £4,000 and £5,000 for SPUC, a pro-life charity
July 02, 2010
Notre Dame under-12 athletics team won nine medals and became champions for the second year in a row
July 01, 2010
Police opened tombs, searched the home of a retired cardinal and detained bishops for nine hours
July 01, 2010
Archbishop Peter Smith of Southwark and Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham receive pallium in Rome
June 25, 2010
Fr Andrew Southwell, centre left, and Fr Anton Guziel are pictured with a group of pilgrims outside the church of Ss Peter and Paul in Kraków during their recent pilgrimage to Poland
June 25, 2010
Michael Murphy, a Chelsea Pensioner, at the torchlight procession in Lourdes, one of the highlights of the week
June 25, 2010
Presentation Brother Brother Matthew Feheney holds up his new book, Catholic Education in Trinidad and Tobago: The Twentieth Century
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