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March 09, 2011
March 09, 2011
Cardinal Jozef Tomko places ashes on Benedict XVI's forehead at the start of Lent
March 09, 2011
At his general audience Benedict XVI says that fasting and almsgiving 'prepare our hearts to take flight and seek the things of heaven'
March 09, 2011
During general audience, Pope Benedict XVI explains the meaning of placing ashes on one's forehead
March 09, 2011
Newman says that ‘the very notion of being religious implies self-denial’: true, maybe, but not easy
March 09, 2011
Augustinian friars from 11 countries met at Clare Priory in Suffolk last week
March 09, 2011
Archbishop Antonio Mennini was presenting his diplomatic credentials to the Queen
March 09, 2011
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
March 09, 2011
Artist Dora Holzhandler paints oil portrait of her friend and near-contemporary, Sister Wendy Beckett
March 09, 2011
Staff, pupils and parents at Ampleforth College join 'rowathon' with aim of raising £30,000 for British-based charity Hope and Homes for Children
March 09, 2011
Ampleforth Abbey tea room is once again open for visitors after a major refurbishment. Popular items include Fr Rainer’s cider apple cake and Fr Hugh’s vanilla and fudge cheesecake
March 09, 2011
Karate enthusiast Jake Clegg wins gold and bronze medals in the Karate Council’s National Championships
March 09, 2011
Two parishioners of the Holy Redeemer church in East Sussex have been presented with the Benemerenti medal and certificate from Pope Benedict XVI
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