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Mark Greaves is news editor at The Catholic Herald

The men who could be pope: Cardinal Peter Turkson

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

From cleaner to curial leader

Archbishop Nichols ends ‘Soho Masses’ after six years

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

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

Pope says in Financial Times article: Christians are compelled to resist incursions of state

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’

Eleven Anglican Sisters to be received into the Catholic Church

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

Blood-stained cassock of Blessed John Paul II to be venerated in London

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

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Bishop of Aleppo: The city I love is in ruins

Bishop Audo pictured in 2008 (CNS photo/Paul Jeffrey)

Bishop Audo told MPs and peers in London that Syria’s Christians could ‘go the way of [Christians in] Iraq’

Pope Benedict XVI opens Year of Faith

Benedict XVI arrives at St Peter's Square for the Mass opening the Year of Faith (Photo: AP/Andrew Medichini)

Pope inaugurated the Year of Faith this morning with 14 surviving Fathers of the Council
• Read full text of Benedict XVI’s homily
Video of the Pope’s homily
• Read full text of Patriarch Bartholomew’s address

Cardinal: disestablishment would benefit the Church of England

Cardinal Murphy-O'Connor outside Westminster Cathedral (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor celebrates his 80th birthday today

Traditionalist group granted formal status within the Church after a four-year wait

The community pictured yesterday, the day of their canonical erection (Photo courtesy of Brother Martin Mary)

Community based on isle of Papa Stronsay in Scotland is at last recognised as an institute within the Church