1 Scotland’s party leaders join forces to support Sciaf’s Wee Box Lent appeal (photo: Paul McSherry).
2 Peter Stevens, director of Catenian Province 7, and Archbishop Peter Smith present a shield to Sacred Heart School student Jael Umerah-Makelemi, winner of the Southwark regional final of the Catenians’ public speaking competition.
3 Year 3 pupils at The Towers Convent in Upper Beeding, West Sussex, visit Fishbourne Roman Palace.
4 Sophie Best and Wajeeha Manal, students at St Joseph’s College in Trent Vale, Stoke-on-Trent, celebrate World Book Day.
5 Mona Golabek has helped to raise more than £18,000 for the Cardinal Hume Centre after a sell-out five-week run of The Pianist of Willesden Lane, about her mother Lisa Jura, at St James Theatre, London.
6 A gala concert at the home of Sir Vernon and Lady Ellis has raised around £12,000 for the restoration of Corpus Christi church in Covent Garden. To support the restoration, visit corpuschristimaidenlane.org.uk.
7 Nia Thomas, right, new head girl at Loreto Grammar School, Altrincham, with her deputies Rebecca McCann and Ann Hanna.
8 Pupils at Towers Convent have taken part in a discussion about online safety and healthy relationships at the invitation of the West Sussex County Council Voice and Engagement Team.
9 Towers Convent pupils win joint third place in the duologue acting category at the recent Worthing Drama Festival.
10 Bishop Alan Williams of Brentwood has celebrated a Mass for staff and pupils of Loyola Preparatory School, marking the 65th anniversary of the school’s move to Buckhurst Hill, Essex. It was formerly the prep school of St Ignatius College, Stamford Hill, north London.
11 Archbishop Bernard Longley celebrates Mass on the feast of St Chad, designated as a day of prayer for employees of the Archdiocese of Birmingham.
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