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Champagne flows at Ratcliffe school media awards

Charlotte Gregory, head of media studies at Ratcliffe, with some Oscar winners, left to right: Oliver Gent, Edward Stiven, Victoria Grundy, Andrew Harkness, Oscar Wilkie, Benjamin Addison, Liam Griffin, Steven Creasey

Evening was a glamorous affair, with Oscar-themed light display and red carpet

Ella triumphs in poetry

Ella Watts of Mount St Mary’s College, winner of the Simon Powell poetry prize

A talented pupil at Mount St Mary’s College wins prestigious poetry competition

Lives remembered: Bishop Alexander

Bishop Mervyn Alexander

Bishop Mervyn Alban Alexander, eighth Bishop of Clifton, was born on June 29 1925. He died on August 14 2010, aged 85

Statue of St John the Evangelist unveiled in Portsmouth

Statue of St John the Evangelist unveiled in Portsmouth

Philip Jackson’s sculpture is unveiled outside St John’s Cathedral

LMS revives old tradition

Dr Joseph Shaw, chairman of the Latin Mass Society, with a banner of Our Lady of Walsingham on the Paris to Chartres walking pilgrimage in May this year

The Latin Mass Society organises a walking pilgrimage from Ely to Walsingham

Gillick twins show new work

Blue eggs and bread, a peaceful study by James Gillick

Catholic artists to exhibit work at Duddington Manor near Stamford, Lincolnshire

Scholars revisit Newman’s Idea of a University

Professor Bart McGettrick, Liverpool Hope’s Dean of Education

An academic conference on Newman at Liverpool Hope University has been arranged to coincide with the papal visit in September

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