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July 09, 2010
Fr Aidan Nichols
Author Moyra Doorly and theologian Fr Aidan Nichols discuss whether the Second Vatican Council’s view of other religions was too rosy
July 09, 2010
Spiritual Life
Camillus de Lellis founded the Order of the Ministers of the Sick, an organisation which still flourishes around the world
July 09, 2010
Spiritual Life
Scripture readings for the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
July 09, 2010
Bishop David McGough
Fifteenth Sunday of the Year: Deut 30:10-14; Col 1:15-20; Luke 10:25-37
July 09, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Archbishop Velasio De Paolis to lead reform of Legionaries
July 09, 2010
The Catholic Herald
Hundreds attend Vatican ceremony
July 08, 2010
Ed West
The first ever national vocations discernment weekend takes place at Oscott College in Birmingham
July 08, 2010
Staff Reporter
Belmont Abbey was the scene of the ordination to the priesthood of Dom Andrew Berry, monk of the same monastery, on June 24
July 08, 2010
Staff Reporter
Last month saw the completion of artwork by James Gillick for the church of Ss Gregory and Augustine in Summertown, north Oxford
July 08, 2010
Staff Reporter
Archbishop Longley unveils theme of Day for Life 2010
July 08, 2010
Simon Caldwell
A great grandmother has spoken of her joy as her aunt is placed on the road to canonisation
July 08, 2010
Mark Greaves
Parish group visits Littlemore, near Oxford, in preparation for Newman's beatification
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