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Pupils at St Joseph’s College visit Sandyford Fire Station (Photo: Simon Carter)

Pupils learn how to fight fire

Pupils at St Joseph’s College in Trent Vale, Staffordshire, pass a firefighting course

A St Mary’s Catholic High School pupil dresses up as a Rubik’s Cube (Photo: Jackie Ash)

Students impress in fancy dress

Pupils at St Mary’s Catholic High School in Menston, West Yorkshire, dress up as angels, pirates, Gollum from Lord of the Rings and Where’s Wally? characters

A student waves the Mexican flag at yesterday's general audience (CNS)

Benedict XVI will make four-day visit to the country

Martin Sheen says his son Charlie is on a 'different Camino' (Photo: PA)

Martin Sheen says that without his son Charlie the film would not have reached US audiences

John Mitchell with hostel residents past and present (Photo: Martha Clarke)

Charity marks 25th anniversary

Hundreds of supporters attend anniversary Mass in Westminster Cathedral to mark 25 years of the Cardinal Hume Centre

Archbishop Peter Smith outside Wimbledon College’s chapel   (Photo: Amanda C Dickie)

Archbishop thanks the Teresians

Archbishop Peter Smith of Southwark presides at the Teresian Association’s centenary Mass

Col Gerry McBride, choir director Charles Finch, Fr Michael Dunne and others

Regiment hosts carol service

Regimental Headquarters of 256 (City of London) Field Hospital (Volunteers) in Walworth hosts carol service

Loreto girls take on J M Barrie’s Peter Pan

Peter Pan hooks audience

About 900 people over three nights enjoy a performance of J M Barrie’s classic

Václav Havel walks with John Paul II at the airport in Prague in May 1995, two years after Havel was elected to lead the Czech Republic (CNS photo/Giancarlo Giuliani, Catholic Press Photo)

Archbishop of Prague pays tribute to ‘friend and fellow prisoner’ who led Czech Republic for 10 years

Douay Martyrs pupils with the film crew which shot a short film about St John Southworth (Eddie Tulasiewicz)

A new film tells the story of St John Southworth’s mission to the poor, his trial and execution at Tyburn, and the discovery of his body in France