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Eager young readers design their own posters

St John Bosco pupils, from left, Wikoria Brodziak, Isabella York and Cain Hadley, all aged nine, pictured with library supervisor Niccola Morris and the books they were awarded as prize winners

Pupils at St John Bosco primary school in West Bromwich get to know their local library

Westminster Cathedral celebrates its first century

Archbishop Nichols celebrates Mass for the centenary of Westminster Cathedral

A solemn High Mass and an exhibition of precious artefacts mark the centenary of its consecration

Yorkshire primary schools perform Brundibar

The cast of Hans Krasa’s opera, Brundibar, perform a chorus from the production put on by Ampleforth College

Ampleforth College teams up with nine primary schools to put on a production of Hans Krasa’s Brundibar

Book tells story of tiny Welsh church

The church of the Blessed Sacrament at Gorseinon in south west Wales

Remarkable church in Gorseinon was built entirely from funds raised by the parish

Heaven is a place within God, says Pope

Pope Benedict greets pilgrims after the Mass on Sunday (CNS photo/Alessia Giuliani, Catholic Press Photo)

On the feast of the Assumption of Mary, Pope Benedict explains that heaven is not a location in the cosmos

Catholic groups collect more than £195m for Haiti

A man prays in a cemetery affected by the January 12 earthquake in Port-au-Prince (CNS photo/Felix Evens, Reuters)

Money will help Haitians to rebuild homes and churches

Veteran historian gains prize

Veteran historian gains prize

A parishioner in Yorkshire has been granted the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice award for his work in ecclesiastical history

Guests enjoy Order of Malta’s 27th summer camp in Wales

Guests at the Order of Malta’s 27th annual international summer camp

The Order of Malta’s 27th annual international summer camp for disabled youngsters took place in Britain for the first time this year

Lives remembered: Joan Tomlin

Joan Tomlin was always ready for some fun, for a silly rhyme or a laugh

Joan Tomlin was born on December 25 1919. She died on July 20 2010,
aged 90

Catholic and Muslim artists hold joint exhibition

John Armstrong, a Catholic painter, and Abdoulie Conteh, a Muslim artist

Paintings exhibited at St Luke’s Studio in Portslade near Brighton