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Lord Patten: ‘The eyes of the world will be fixed on Britain’

Lord Patten and Archbishop Nichols at the press conference yesterday (Photo: PA)

Visit will be a ‘schedule-stopper’ around the world, according to the Government co-ordinator

Archbishop: ‘crackpots and lunatics’ could still disrupt visit

Archbishop Peter Smith (Photo: Mazur/CCN)

Archbishop Smith: protesters cannot guarantee there will be no disruption

Church investigates claims of second Newman miracle

The Newman reliquary at Birmingham Oratory (Mazur/CCN)

A severely deformed baby was born in a perfectly normal condition after the child’s mother prayed to Newman

Pope’s visit will be a lesson for secular Britain, says Archbishop

Archbishop Nichols: 'Faith in God brings great riches and joy to men' (Mazur/CCN)

Archbishop Nichols says it will be a chance to show secularised society that faith is a gift, not a problem

Cardinal defends release of Lockerbie bomber

Cardinal O'Brien says American lawmakers should 'turn their gaze inwards, rather than scrutinising the working of the Scottish justice system' (Photo: CNS)

Cardinal Keith O’Brien criticises American ‘culture of vengeance’ after calls for Scottish leaders to appear at Senate hearing

Traditionalist Anglican leaders admit divisions over women bishops

Photo: PA

The Synod vote to ordain women bishops has left Anglo-Catholics puzzling over whether leave the Church of England

Baghdad bishop who served in west London dies aged 67

Baghdad bishop who served in west London dies aged 67

Auxiliary Bishop Andreas Abouna , ordained by Pope John Paul II in 2003, died in Iraq

Synod vote pushes Anglo-Catholics towards Ordinariate

The Archbishop of Canterbury addresses the General Synod (AP Photo/Akira Suemori)

Forward in Faith expects an exodus of ‘thousands’ after General Synod rejects concessions to traditionalists

Niece astonished as Cause of Sister Katherine advances

A great grandmother has spoken of her joy as her aunt is placed on the road to canonisation

Pius XII ‘secured visas for Jews’ after Kristallnacht

Pope may have saved thousands of Jewish lives by secretly securing visas so they could escape the Third Reich, a German historian claims