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Anna Arco

Anna Arco

Anna Arco is chief feature writer for the Catholic Herald.

Ordinariate news: How many priests and people will come?

The three first priests of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham are ordained in Westminster Cathedral in January PA

On Ash Wednesday Anglican clergy officially ceased ministry and began preparing for reception and ordination into the Church. Here are the numbers

Pope wants more time for ecumenism in Germany visit

Pope Benedict XVI, right, meets Archbishop Robert Zollitsch, the head of the German Episcopal Conference and other German bishops AP

The Pope has said he is unhappy about the small amount of time given to ecumenical dialogue in the provisional plans for his September visit to Germany

Archbishop of Canterbury: Europe’s confidence comes from the Gospel

Pope Benedict XVI with Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams at Lambeth Palace on the second day of his State Visit.

Christian universities have a responsibility to remind Europe of its Christian roots

Ex-Anglican bishops are ordained deacons for ordinariate

Keith Newton makes his promise of obedience  Photograph: James Bradley

Bishop Alan Hopes ordained three former Anglican bishops to the diaconate yesterday during a historic Mass

Andrew Burnham interview: Full transcript

Andrew Burnham at the launch of his book Photo: James Bradley

Days before his ordination to the Catholic priesthood, former Anglican bishop talks candidly about his path to the ordinaritate

The mood around the Ordinariate has changed

The mood around the Ordinariate has changed

Today’s press conference about the Ordinariate shows a big shift in mood since last November

First ‘atheistic civilisation’ is heading for catastrophe

First ‘atheistic civilisation’ is heading for catastrophe

Former Czech President Vaclav Havel yesterday opened Forum 2000 by deploring the pride and shortsightedness of today’s global society

Protester urges the Pope: ‘Drop the Filioque!’

One humorous punter had a banner which even the Pope might have enjoyed

The ‘People’s Pope’ made one thing clear: he wants an empowered laity

The Popemobile goes through the crowds at Hyde Park (Photo: PA)

And, in some ways, Catholics in Britain have already risen to the challenge

All the Pope’s men

The papal entourage

Benedict XVI will be surrounded by his seguito, or following, during the papal visit