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Priests give first blessings

Priests await their blessing from Fr Keith Newton (Photo: Mazur)

Fr Broadhurst, Fr Newton and Fr Burnham give their first blessings as priests at Westminster Cathedral

Archbishop bids sad farewell to last Poor Clares

Archbishop Bernard Longley, pictured with the four members of the Poor Clare community at Clares at Baddesley 
in the large parlour before the Mass of Thanksgiving on Saturday January 8. From left to right: Sister Felicity, 
Reverend Mother Abbess; Sister Anna-Lisa and Sister Mary. Sister Angela, seated, joined the community in 1950

Four remaining Poor Clares leave convent in Warwickshire after 160 years

Archbishop: Pope’s visit gives fresh courage

Archbishop Bernard Longley, Canon Gerry Breen and Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, pictured after Mass in St Chad’s Cathedral, Birmingham, on December 8, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

Archbishop Longley recalls papal visit at Mass on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin

Archbishop commends museum’s Nativity Trail

Archbishop Longley pictured with, left to right, the Lady Mayoress of Birmingham, Gill Gregory, Fr Richard Duffield of the Birmingham Oratory, Councillor Alan Rudge, the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Len Gregory, Canon Catherine Ogle of St Philip’s Anglican Cathedral and Fr Gerry Breen (Photograph: Peter Jennings)

Archbishop Bernard Longley says he is ‘delighted’ by this year’s Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Nativity Trail

Cardinal: visit will boost faith

Cardinal Keith O’Brien’s home in Morningside, Edinburgh, where he will welcome Pope Benedict XVI for a private lunch (Photo: Peter Jennings)

Cardinal Keith O’Brien: Pope will remind Catholics in Britain how they should live their faith today

Newman and papal visit receive stamp of approval

Newman and papal visit receive stamp of approval

Isle of Man Stamps and Coins commemorates papal visit

At Cofton Park, Vatican officials plan beatification liturgy

Visitors from Rome at Cofton Park Birmingham on July 7: Mgr Guido Marini , papal MC, third from right, pictured with (L to R) Fr Paul Conroy, Fr Jan Nowotnik, Mgr Philip Moger, Mgr Andrew Summersgill, Canon Patrick Browne, Mgr Giulio Viviani and Mgr Diego Ravelli

Officials from Rome visit Cofton Park, Birmingham

Lord Patten visits papal venues in Birmingham

Lord Patten pictured with (left to right) Sharon Lee, strategic director, Environment and Culture, Councillor Alan Rudge, cabinet member for equalities and human resources, and John Blakemore, acting chief highway engineer, outside Birmingham Council House (Photo: Peter Jennings)

The organiser of the papal visit enjoyed the sunshine at Cofton Park before visiting Cardinal Newman’s private chapel

Pope tells archbishop he is looking forward to beatification

Archbishop Bernard Longley pictured with, left to right, Peter Jennings, his press secretary, Jackie Edge, his aunt, Kathleen Lloyd his sister and Jennifer Davies his secretary                                                                                                                                         (Photograph: Robert Davies)

Pope Benedict XVI made the comment when he placed the pallium over the shoulders of Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham

Vatican officials visit Cofton Park to plan beatification Mass

Mgr Guido Marini, the papal MC, and members of the Vatican Party are pictured at Cofton Park, Birmingham, with Mgr Andrew Summersgill, Canon Patrick Browne, and representatives of WRG, on July 7 (Photo: Peter Jennings)

The papal master of ceremonies and two other Vatican officials tour Birmingham, Glasgow and London to prepare for Pope’s trip