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Mark Greaves is news editor at The Catholic Herald

Ushaw College may become centre for Catholic scholarship

The Pugin St Cuthbert's chapel (Photo: Alex Ramsay)

Proposal by Durham University offers hope for future of historic estate

Archbishop calls Big Society vision ‘an opportunity’

Archbishop Nichols talks to another speaker at the conference (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

His view contrasts with those of Dr Rowan Williams, who this week described the Big Society as a ‘painfully stale slogan’

Bishops discuss long-term priorities at meeting in Leeds

Bishops of England and Wales pictured during their ad limina visit last year (Photo: Mazur)

Bishops of England and Wales seek to map out aims for the next five to 10 years at a meeting that may lead to a shake-up of Eccleston Square

The priest who celebrated Mass for almost 80 years

Canon Reginald Fuller the day before his 100th birthday

Canon Reginald Fuller has died at the age of 102

Cathedral receives a glorious makeover

The Metropolitan Cathedral Church of St Andrew, pictured during the extensive renovations. Ronnie Convery says work will continue until ‘about five minutes’ before the re-opening Mass

Mark Greaves visits Glasgow’s Catholic cathedral as workers toil to finish one of the most ambitious church renovation projects in years

Archbishop backs petition to save The Cardinal pub

The Cardinal pub is just round the corner from Westminster Cathedral (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

Campaign to save Catholic character of pub next to Westminster Cathedral has been signed by Ann Widdecombe as well as many priests and religious

Anglicans prepare for a dive in the dark

Members of St John the Baptist Anglo-Catholic parish in Sevenoaks, Kent, stand in the Mall during the Pope’s visit to Britain last September (Photo: Claudia Aquilina)

Mark Greaves meets the brave members of an Anglo-Catholic parish in Kent who are preparing to cross the Tiber together in Holy Week

Priestly order considers taking over landmark Wirral church

Mgr Michael Schmitz carries a monstrance with the Blessed Sacrament during a procession to conclude Forty Hours devotion at the Shrine of Christ the King Sovereign Priest in Chicago (CNS photo/Karen Callaway, Catholic New World)

Bishop enters ‘exploratory negotiations’ with the Institute of Christ the King over future of huge church closed almost three years ago

‘Satan should hold a party when we die’

Matthew Fradd sought freedom from pornography addiction after a bad fall. ‘While my wife was leading a Bible study with women, teaching women about their dignity, I was looking at pornography’

Mark Greaves talks to Matthew Fradd, the 28-year-old who conquered his porn addiction and is helping others to do the same

Archbishop: Banks are failing to wake up to moral responsibility

Archbishop Nichols in his lecture says that a mature and enlightened public square will 'echo to the sound of many faiths' (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Archbishop of Westminster says in lecture at LSE that the private sector must serve society, not just pursue profit