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Bishop Hugh Gilbert: Christ will be my top priority

Bishop Hugh Gilbert: Christ will be my top priority

The new Bishop of Aberdeen “could not have had a better preparation than to have been the Abbot of Pluscarden Abbey”

Archbishop says he is shocked by riots

Buildings destroyed by fire in Croydon, Surrey (Gareth Fuller/PA Wire)

Archbishop of Westminster calls for people to pray for the victims of rioting and looting across England

Perpetual Adoration planned for Olympic Games

The Olympic Park in Stratford, east London (Photo: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire)

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will be held in a church in east London throughout the 2012 Games

Archbishop urges Catholics to see ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ relics exhibition

Archbishop Nichols views relics on show at the British Museum (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Treasures of Heaven opens today at the British Museum

Cardinal Burke withdraws from London conference at last minute

Cardinal Burke is one of the highest-placed officials at the Vatican (CNS photo)

The cardinal was told that speaking at a conference organised by orthodox group Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice would be divisive

Archbishop calls off Methodist ordinations

Liverpool Cathedral (Photo: Press Association)

Vatican advises Archbishop of Liverpool not to allow ordination service at Catholic cathedral

Exploitation of migrants is a scandal, says bishop

Migrants present gifts to Archbishop Smith of Southwark (Photo: Chris Jepson)

At Mass for Migrants Bishop McMahon cites Pope Leo XIII and Victorian Cardinal Manning in support of a living wage

Archbishop puts Confirmation before Communion

Liverpool's Metropolitan Cathedral (Mazur/CCN)

Archbishop Kelly of Liverpool has reversed the usual order of sacraments in his diocese

Bishop Evans: I have only weeks left to live

Bishop Evans pictured at the Dowry of Mary pilgrimage                       (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Terminally ill Bishop of East Anglia tells flock that he intends to die in office

Blair and Hitchens debate religion as force for good

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair defended religious faith as a force for good in the world during a televised debate with atheist and columnist Christopher Hitchens. Andrew Winning/PA Wire

The former British prime minister argued that religion was a force for good against atheist and journalist Christopher Hitchens in a televised debate in Canada