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Mark Greaves is news editor at The Catholic Herald

Bishops: Government should do more to help Iraqi refugees

Wounded Iraqi Christians arrive at Orly airport, near Paris (AP Photo/Bob Edme)

Bishops of England and Wales appeal to the Government to review its treatment of Iraqi asylum seekers

Ordinariate to be established in January, bishops confirm

Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster and Fr Marcus Stock, general secretary of the bishops' conference (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Anglican clergy and laity who want to join the Ordinariate will be received into the Catholic Church during Holy Week

Pope’s visit gave us ‘new confidence’, say bishops

Pope Benedict XVI greets crowds outside Westminster Cathedral (Photo: PA)

Bishops of England and Wales say the papal visit gave them confidence and strengthened their identity as Catholics

The Bishops of England and Wales should broadcast their plenary meetings online

The US bishops pray before the start of the second day of their conference in Baltimore this week (Photo: CNS)

The US bishops’ conference is a model for the Church everywhere – if only our bishops followed it

Papal visit DVD will be released before Christmas

Pope Benedict XVI greets young people gathered outside Westminster Cathedral (Photo: PA)

DVD issued by the bishops’ conference will include footage of all Pope Benedict’s speeches

Wave of bomb blasts target Christians in Baghdad

Security forces and locals gather at a scene of a bomb blast in Baghdad this morning (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

At least three people have been killed and two dozen injured in yet another terrorist attack on Iraq’s Christians

English archbishop expresses horror at Baghdad massacre

Mourners gather on the street as coffins arrive for a funeral Mass in Baghdad (Photo: PA)

Archbishop Vincent Nichols says his thoughts and prayers are with all those Iraqis struggling against violence and extremism

Top official: ex-Anglicans may remain in parishes

Anglicans who take up the Pope’s offer of an Ordinariate may be able to continue worshipping in their Church of England buildings

Liturgists tried to block my Mass setting for the Pope, says MacMillan

James MacMillan's new Mass setting was controversial among some Church officials (Photo: PA)

Scottish composer reveals ‘almighty row’ over his setting for the papal Masses in Glasgow and Birmingham

Bishops ‘to discuss academies and free schools’ at plenary meeting

Education Secretary Michael Gove at the City of London Academy. The school is one of 200 academies already operating in England        Photo: PA

But head of CES warns that free schools and new academy schools will only be able to select half of their pupils on the basis of faith