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Mark Greaves is news editor at The Catholic Herald

Sudanese bishop urges peace talks with Lord’s Resistance Army

Bishop Kussala wants the international community to put pressure on the region's governments to open talks

Bishop Kussala says military action over several years has failed to stop killing sprees and abductions

New Mass translation to be used in parishes from September

Bishop Arthur Roche of Leeds, chairman of ICEL, oversaw the drafting of the new translation (Photo: CNS)

Bishops’ conference of England and Wales announces timetable for introducing new Mass translation into parishes

Gove asked to consider new model of Catholic academy

Michael Gove speaks to teaching staff at Haberdashers' Aske's Knights Academy in Bromley, Kent (Gareth Fuller/PA Wire)

Catholic Education Service urges Government to consider voluntary-aided academies part-funded by Catholics

Vatican announces beatification of John Paul II

Blessed John Paul II will be canonised on April 27 (CNS)

Congregation for the Causes of Saints today published the decree announcing John Paul II’s beatification

Cardinal: Sudan vote fulfils a ‘long-awaited dream’

A southern Sudanese woman shows her inked finger and registration card after voting in Khartoum (Photo: CNS)

Cardinal Napier says euphoria of Sudan referendum reminds him of the end of apartheid in South Africa

Girl cured of chronic pain while watching Newman beatification, claims Jack Sullivan

Jack Sullivan at a press conference with Archbishop Vincent Nichols last year (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Deacon Jack Sullivan says two other people were healed of serious illnesses after he touched them with a lock of Newman’s hair

Print edition 24.12.10

Print edition 24.12.10

Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, news, extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, Anna Arco talks to Archbishop Bernard Longley about his first year at Birmingham; Conrad Black enjoys Tony Blair’s book A Journey; and Transalpine Redemptorist Fr Michael Mary writes about Christmas amid the ice and […]

Pope recalls ‘unforgettable’ trip to Britain in address to Curia

Pope Benedict XVI exchanges Christmas greetings with cardinals and prelates in the Vatican's Regia Hall (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino, Pool)

Pope Benedict also talks about Newman, explaining that his much-quoted phrase ‘toast to conscience’ is often misused

Priests defend working with Pogues star Shane MacGowan

Singing trio say that the famously misbehaving rock star has a ‘depth and sincerity’ to him that is not picked up by the media

Archbishop praises new painting of Scottish martyr

A cropped version of the new painting by Peter Howson

Archbishop Conti describes Peter Howson’s portrait of St John Ogilvie as ‘powerful and prayerful’