1 Thirteen students at St Bede’s Catholic College in Bristol have been invited to become members of Mensa after IQ tests.
2 Nicholas le Cornu is instituted to the Ministry of Lector by Mgr Nicholas France at Mass in St Thomas’s Church, Jersey.
3 Fr Roland Colhoun with Oisín McMenamin and Caoimhe McMenamin at the unveiling of two new display easels. Dedicated for the Year of Mercy, the easels will be used in the parishes of Newtownstewart and Plumbridge in County Tyrone.
4 Sam Beusmans receives the silver medal of the Guild of St Stephen for Altar Servers at St Catherine’s, Wimborne (photo courtesy of Jean Scott).
5 Students at Saint John Houghton Catholic Voluntary Academy in Ilkeston, Derbyshire have launched a fundraising drive after signing up for a World Challenge trip to Nepal.
6 More than 200 people attended a Traditional Latin Mass on New Year’s Day at St James’s, Spanish Place, London. The Mass was celebrated by Mgr Gordon Read, national chaplain of the Latin Mass Society (photo: John Aron).
7 The editorial board of The Portal, the online magazine of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, with contributors and guests at the party to celebrate the magazine’s fifth birthday.
8 Eleven-year-old Olin Davies has won the competition to design a stained-glass window for the new Senior School Chapel at St Benedict’s, Ealing, west London.
9 Students at St Edmund’s in Dover welcome Jade Nanton, Daniela Rosa and Kojo Kamara from Ten Ten Theatre.
10 John Browne, currently headmaster of St Aloysius’ College, Glasgow, has been appointed headmaster of Stonyhurst College, Lancashire, from September 2016, succeeding Andrew Johnson.
11 Five young engineers from Loreto Grammar School in Altrincham, Cheshire, are seeking sponsorship to build the green car of the future as part of a competition run by the Greenpower Education Trust.
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