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Mark Greaves

Mark Greaves is news editor at The Catholic Herald

Pope Benedict beatifies Cardinal Newman

The sanctuary at Cofton Park (Photo: PA)

In homily, Pontiff praises English men and women who resisted the ‘evil ideology’ of Nazism

Pope tells young people: ‘In silence, we find God’

(Photo: AP)

Pope Benedict XVI tells 2,500 people on Westminster Cathedral piazza that they should make space for silence every day

Pope expresses ‘deep sorrow’ at ‘unspeakable crimes’ of child abuse

Pope Benedict XVI at Westminster Cathedral this morning Photo: PA

Pope Benedict XVI speaks of immense suffering of victims in homily at Westminster Cathedral Mass

Pope urges states to respect freedom of religion

Pope Benedict XVI arrives with Baroness Warsi at the meeting of religious leaders earlier today (Photo: PA)

Pope Benedict XVI made the appeal in an address to the chief rabbi and other religious leaders

Popemobile’s Edinburgh route released

Princes Street, Edinburgh's main shopping thoroughfare (Photo: PA)

The Pope will travel nearly four miles through the city’s historic centre

Pope sends message to people of Britain

Pope sends message to people of Britain

Pope Benedict XVI talks of his joy at beatifying Cardinal Newman, a man of ‘gentle wisdom’

Secret papal Mass plans left in a pub

Plans detailing the Pope’s exact movements at Cofton Park were left in a Warwickshire pub and never picked up

Archbishop to meet Pope protesters

Archbishop Peter Smith of Southwark (Mazur/CCN)

Archbishop Peter Smith will meet Protest the Pope campaigners today to ask them to protest in a dignified, non-confrontational way

Pope to bless mosaic with holy water from Wales

Welsh artist Ivor Davies next to his mosaic of St David in Westminster Cathedral (Photo: PA)

The Pope will use water from St Non’s well in Pembrokeshire to bless a new mosaic of St David at Westminster Cathedral

Oratory school in Reading breaks record

Jubilant pupils at the Oratory School, Reading, with headmaster Clive Dytor

Almost half of GCSEs were at grade A*-A