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October 13, 2010
October 13, 2010
Church leaders from Middle East enjoy circus performance
October 13, 2010
Round-the-clock vigils and Masses for the miners are held around the country as the men are pulled out of the mine one by one
October 13, 2010
Can smiley pumpkins, window lights and saints' costumes really replace pointy hats, plastic fangs and pasty make-up?
October 13, 2010
Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
October 13, 2010
Eleven men have started studying for the Catholic priesthood at Allen Hall in west London
October 13, 2010
Children from Surrey who attended the Hyde Park vigil last month make cards for the Pope
October 13, 2010
Parish priest blesses a group of motorcyclists in Brighton on the occasion of the Brighton Run
October 13, 2010
Archbishop Bernard Longley celebrates 40th anniversary of primary school in Wolverhampton
October 13, 2010
Aid to the Church in Need presents Pope with book containing names of supporters who pledge the equivalent of more than six months of prayer for the Holy Father
October 13, 2010
Archbishop Vincent Nichols celebrates career of Michael Gormally, retiring head teacher of Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School
October 13, 2010
Pilgrims from Harrow on the Hill in north London were delighted to make the journey to Cofton Park for the beatification of John Henry Newman
October 13, 2010
Twenty-ninth Sunday of the Year: Exodus 17:8-13; 2 Timothy 3:14-4:2; Luke 18:1-8
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