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Learning the Mass at Downside

A group photograph from the Latin Mass Society’s last training conference, at Ushaw

The Latin Mass Society is organising a residential training conference for priests wishing to learn the Extraordinary Form

Essex couple receive papal blessing for anniversary

Essex couple receive papal blessing for anniversary

Christine and Ian Restall receive papal certificate on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary

Ushaw painter is apprentice of year

David Mahan, a painter and decorator at Ushaw College

A County Durham teenager employed to help maintain the largest seminary in England and Wales has been named Apprentice of the Year

Priest ordained and two professed at Belmont

Bishop Tom Burns of Menevia ordains Dom Andrew Berry as a priest in the abbey church at Belmont

Belmont Abbey was the scene of the ordination to the priesthood of Dom Andrew Berry, monk of the same monastery, on June 24

New art for Oxford church

James Gillick and his brother Gabriel install works in the reredos at Ss Gregory and Augustine in Summertown, Oxford

Last month saw the completion of artwork by James Gillick for the church of Ss Gregory and Augustine in Summertown, north Oxford

Cardinal Newman can help Catholics face death, says archbishop

Archbishop Bernard Longley (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Archbishop Longley unveils theme of Day for Life 2010

Sub-editor of Herald’s sister paper wins nomination

Gerard Gough of the Scottish Catholic Observer

Gerard Gough, the sub-editor of the Scottish Catholic Observer, was recently nominated for a top national journalism award in London

Delegates gather for final Linacre bioethics conference

Delegates gather for final Linacre bioethics conference

An international group of around 100 delegates met in Maynooth, Ireland, for a conference run by the Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics

Young Catholics trained to make ‘joyful noise’ for Pope online

Young Catholics trained to make ‘joyful noise’ for Pope online

About 35 young Catholics are being trained to generate ‘joyful noise’ on social media sites during the Pope’s visit in September

Archbishop Longley confirms 37 in Harborne

Archbishop Longley confirms 37 in Harborne

Archbishop Bernard Longley pictured with Augustinian Friars, from left, Fr Laurence Brassil, Fr Michael Roche, Prior, and Fr George Donaghy, parish priest of St Mary’s Harborne