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Nicola Morgan talks to pupils at St Paul’s Catholic school in Greater Manchester

Scottish author inspires young schoolchildren

Nicola Morgan, the award-winning Scottish children’s author, visits St Paul’s Catholic High School in Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester

Sister Priscilla and Sister Marisa recently joined the novitiate at Nazareth House

Convent welcomes novices

Two novices join Nazareth House in Hammersmith after completing their time as postulants

Archbishop Vincent Nichols with Lord and Lady Morris and, left, Tom Clarke MP at Holy Apostles Church, 
Pimlico, London on November 26, to mark the 40th anniversary of the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act

Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster celebrates 40th anniversary of Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act

Fr Robert Murphy, parish priest of St Thomas of Canterbury, with some pupils of the parish primary school

Pupils at St Thomas of Canterbury primary school celebrate week of art

Some of the 120 diners at the Right to Life dinner at the Royal Overseas League, from left: Baroness Masham, Charles Tannock MEP, Anglican Bishop John Broadhurst of 
Fulham and Ann Widdecombe. The evening was a great success and in his speech Jim Dobbin MP praised the ‘secret army’ of campaigners for advocating the culture of life

Right to Life dinner enjoyed by 120 pro-lifer supporters at the Royal Overseas League

Detective Chief Superintendent Tony Porter, head of North West Counter Terrorism Unit, with Megan Tollitt, head girl at St Bede’s Catholic College

Tony Porter, Catholic head of the North West Counter Terrorism Unit, gives talk at St Bede’s College

Matt Scott pictured with a boy from the Mustard Seed community

Boy spends year with Mustard Seed

Sports coach from Bournemouth spends gap year helping abandoned children with HIV/Aids in Jamaica

Joe Ansbro, who attended Stonyhurst in Lancashire, has made his debut playing rugby for Scotland

Former pupil at Stonyhurst College in Lancashire makes Scotland debut against South Africa

Pupils from St Ambrose College in Cheshire visit Sierra Leone, the west African state that has suffered civil strife

Sixth formers at St Ambrose College have ‘life-changing experience’ on trip to Sierra Leone

Stewart Regan, chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, left, and its president George Peat (Photo: PA)

Richard Dawkins calls Scottish Football Association ‘craven’ and Church spokesman ‘a weasel’ over dismissal of referees