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November 10, 2011
November 10, 2011
Archbishop of Westminster blesses chaplaincy chapel at Cambridge that has undergone half a million pounds worth of building work
November 10, 2011
John Paul II Foundation for Sport is launched a year after the venture was first announced by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Britain
November 10, 2011
The Association for Latin Liturgy holds annual meeting at parish of St Mary Magdalen, Brighton
November 10, 2011
MP Nadine Dorries, theologian Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith and author Matthew Sturgis speak at first Herald talks
November 10, 2011
Benedict XVI has awarded the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice medal to Fr D Vincent Twomey, SVD, professor emeritus of moral theology in Maynooth
November 10, 2011
Bishop of Clifton blesses the school's building and leads a service with the Anglican Bishop of Gloucester
November 10, 2011
Chapel is dedicated to Cardinal John Henry Newman, Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Pope John Paul II
November 10, 2011
Fifteen choristers from St Leonards-Mayfield School in East Sussex sing for the Pope at the Vatican and at three of the most prestigious churches in Rome
November 10, 2011
Fr James McCartney talks about project helping more than 200 ex-drug abusers to recover from addiction
November 10, 2011
The Knights of St Columba elect new leader and launch an evangelising initiative at their Supreme Council meeting in Scotland
November 10, 2011
Is good oratory absolutely crucial or is it low down on the list of sought after priestly qualities?
November 10, 2011
Cardinal Ravasi says priests should use dramatic stories and imagery from the Bible to add colour to their homilies
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