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June 18, 2010
Bishop John Jukes
Bishop John Jukes says Catholics must become ever more deeply convinced of the significance of our Redeemer for all men and women
June 18, 2010
Simon Caldwell
Cardinal Murphy-O'Connor tells Irish priests that he dwells on his 'painful failure' in abuse case
June 18, 2010
Anna Arco
Edmund Adamus tells Anna Arco why he is driving around the country with a rare image of Our Lady of Guadalupe
June 18, 2010
Mark Greaves
Bishop Arthur Roche of Leeds has announced a programme of church mergers and closures that will cut the number of parishes in his diocese almost by half
June 18, 2010
Simon Caldwell
Study discovers that half of nurses involved in euthanasia have killed without permission
June 18, 2010
Anna Arco
Bishops have promised to operate within the original £7million budget planned for the papal visit, despite reports of soaring costs
June 18, 2010
Anna Arco
Pope Benedict XVI: Year for Priests helped the Church to grow in gratitude for the gift of the priesthood • Comment: The past year has lifted the morale of the priesthood • In pictures: Archbishop Nichols solemnly closes the Year of Priests
June 11, 2010
Spiritual Life
Daily Scripture readings for the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
June 11, 2010
Spiritual Life
A small and corpulent preacher with an irresistible personality
June 11, 2010
Bishop David McGough
A meditation on this Sunday's readings: 2 Samuel 12:7-10; Galatians 2:16 & 19-21; Lk 7:36-8:3
June 11, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Bishop Edwin Regan of Wrexham at the Mass in honour of St John Roberts at Cymer Abbey, Gwynned, Wales
June 11, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Sheila Glasswell, left, is pictured with Maureen Martin, head mistress of Coloma Convent school, at the reunion
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