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Bishop Davies said that in a decade Christianity will be the faith of a “significant minority” in Britain. (Mazur)

Bishop Mark Davies says Christianity being marginalised is ‘not an entirely negative development’

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Print Edition 7.6.13

In this week’s edition of The Catholic Herald Pat McCarthy recounts his overnight stay in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem; Kevin Meagher argues that gay marriage is not a left-wing cause; human rights activist Benedict Rogers explains why he converted to Catholicism; Jessica Abrahams discusses the clash between faith and science with […]

The Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Oxford Oratory

The community are guests at an enclosed Benedictine monastery but do not know where they will live in future

The Chrism Mass at Westminster Cathedral (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Archbishop Nichols says at Chrism Mass that priests fail in spectacular and hidden ways

Print Edition 22.3.13

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Cardinal Turkson holds a baby during a pastoral visit in Ghana (Photo: PA)

From cleaner to curial leader

Archbishop Nichols (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

The church where the Masses took place will be entrusted to Britain’s ordinariate

Benedict XVI celebrates Mass at St Patrick parish in the eastern suburbs of Rome (Photo: CNS)

Benedict XVI says Christians cannot collude with anything that undermines ‘noble vision of human destiny’

The Sisters intend to follow the Rule of St Benedict (Photo: Fr James Bradley)

One of the Sisters, based in Wantage, Oxfordshire, used to be a Church of England minister

A reliquary at Blessed Pope John Paul II's beatification ceremony in St Peter's Square (Photo: CNS)

Piece of cassock soaked in a vial of the late pope’s blood is being flown from Ireland today