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Archbishop Bernard Longley pictured at Harvington Hall           Photo: Peter Jennings

Archbishop Longley recalls martyrs

Archbishop of Birmingham celebrates Mass at the Shrine of the English Martyrs at Harvington Hall, Worcestershire

Abbot Cuthbert Johnson, OSB, pictured with his new CTS booklet   (Photo: Peter Jennings)

Abbot explains Missal

Abbot Cuthbert Johnson OSB reflects on his hopes for the new English translation of the Mass

Fr Gregory Winterton, Fr Paul Chavasse and Mgr Mark Crisp at the end of High Mass

St Philip’s feast day celebrated

Mgr Mark Crisp, rector of St Mary’s College, Oscott, upholds St Philip Neri as a model for the New Evangelisation

Archbishop Longley preaches at the Men’s Mass (Photo: Peter Jennings)

Archbishop says faith is not private

Archbishop Bernard Longley celebrates annual Easter Monday Men’s Mass at St Chad’s Cathedral, Birmingham

The Duke of Kent, second from left, at Harvington Hall, with parish priest Canon John Moran, left, and staff at the Hall, right (Photo: Peter Jennings)

Duke of Kent inspects priest-holes

Duke of Kent visits Harvington Hall, the Grade I manor-house with the finest surviving priest-holes in the country

Archbishop Bernard Longley with headteacher Jim Foley            (Photo: Peter Jennings)

Archbishop welcomed at school

Archbishop Longley visits St Thomas Catholic School in Birmingham

Archbishop Bernard Longley is pictured receiving his shamrock from Catherine Maher, Birmingham Rose 2010, together with the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Len Gregory, and John McCullagh, counsellor at the Irish Embassy, London, during a reception hosted by the Lord Mayor, at the Council House, Birmingham, on March 11

Archbishop Longley presides at Birmingham’s St Patrick’s Festival 2011 Parade Day Mass

Archbishop Nichols, Albert Gubay and his wife, Carmel, pictured in St Anthony’s, Onchan, on the Isle of Man

Archbishop Vincent Nichols confers a rare papal knighthood on the philanthropist Albert Gubay

The Birmingham Group of the Lourdes Medical Association at the annual conference in Sutton Coldfield on January 29 (Photo: Peter Jennings)

Archbishop Longley thanks Lourdes doctors

Archbishop Longley addresses Lourdes Medical Association

Mgr Patrick Browne after Mass on Friday 21, with the altar servers

Popular priest is made monsignor

Archbishop Longley surprised Canon Patrick Browne with the announcement during a farewell Mass