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The Catholic Herald

The Catholic Herald is a Catholic newspaper based in London. It was founded in 1888.

Family gathers for First Holy Communion in West Midlands

A First Communion group at St Mary’s the Mount church, Walsall, West Midlands

Ampleforth and Indian eatery join up

Pictured is the Ampleforth First XV squad, which represented the school during the first two terms of the past academic year

Army major is honoured as Knight of St Gregory

Major McCrory is seen here receiving his Knighthood from Bishop Richard Moth of the Forces, supported by Army chaplains Fr Anthony Paris, left, and, on the right in combat kit, Fr Nick Gosnell

Parish celebrates diversity

The three priests and two deacons lead the celebration at English Martyrs Church

Archbishop lectures Hexham pupils on violence

Staff and students from the Hexham and Newcastle diocese Catholic Partnership South toured Westminster and heard Archbishop Tutu give a lecture

Archbishops compare notes on St Philip Neri

The archbishops of both Westminster and Birmingham used the occasion of their homilies on the Feast of St Philip Neri, Wednesday May 26, to compare the characteristics of St Philip and Cardinal Newman, writes Peter Jennings

‘Behold the Heart that has so loved men’

Sister Janet Fearns surveys the history of the Sacred Heart

Print Edition 09.07.2010

Print Edition 09.07.2010

Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, and extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Patrick Reyntiens is inspired by medieval treasures at Lambeth Palace; Hugh David wonders whether middle-class values are drawing people away from the faith; and Jack Carrigan suggests that Christopher Hitchens is more generous-hearted than […]