1 Cafod supporters take part a vigil for peace in Syria outside the Russian embassy in London.
2 Flautist Felix Blake, a student at St Ambrose College Sixth Form in Hale Barns, Cheshire, has won a place in the National Youth Orchestra.
3 Dr Philip McCarthy, chief executive officer of Caritas Social Action Network speaks at CSAN’s parliamentary reception (photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk).
4 Award-winning Welsh choral director Aled Phillips has been appointed head of music at St Ambrose College in Hale Barns.
5 Downside monks visit the Wells Festival of Literature to support David Willey’s new book, The Promise of Francis. From left to right: Brother John, Dom Anselm, Emma Craigie, David Willey, Dom Leo and Dom Thaddäus.
6 More than 200 people attend a Solemn High Requiem Mass in Westminster Cathedral, celebrated by Fr Mark Elliott Smith. Bishop Mark Jabalé OSB, Emeritus Bishop of Menevia, led the Absolutions for the Dead.
7 Bishop Alan Williams of Brentwood presents Gwen Sankey with the Benemerenti medal in recognition of her work with the St Francis Leprosy Guild over 20 years.The presentation took place after the Guild’s annual Mass at Farm Street.
8 Ealing Abbey Choir, with pupils from St Benedict’s School in Ealing, west London, sing in Vienna’s Peterskirche, as part of their recent tour to Vienna and Bratislava.
9 Eleanor Margetts, a Cafod volunteer from Bridgend, meets Pope Francis during a conference for young people seeking practical solutions to sustainable development.
10 The new day nursery at Grace Dieu Manor School in Thringstone, Leicestershire, has been registered by Ofsted and will open its doors fully in the next few weeks to
children aged 12 weeks to three years.
11 Staff and students at Saint Paul’s Catholic High School in Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester, take part in a Transition Week to ease new students into secondary school life.