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Dr Christopher Storr presents his new book, Serving Two Masters? at the Institute of Education

Dr Christopher Storr’s launches book Serving Two Masters? at the University of London’s Institute of Education

Archbishop Nichols blesses the new chapel (Photo: Diocese of Westminster)

University chapel is blessed

Archbishop of Westminster blesses chaplaincy chapel at Cambridge that has undergone half a million pounds worth of building work

Archbishop Nichols and Mgr Feltzman at the launch of the John Paul II Foundation for Sport

Sport foundation launched in memory of pope

John Paul II Foundation for Sport is launched a year after the venture was first announced by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Britain

Solemn Mass is celebrated at St Mary Magdalen, Brighton  Photo: Christopher Francis

Liturgy association holds its AGM

The Association for Latin Liturgy holds annual meeting at parish of St Mary Magdalen, Brighton

The Catholic Herald held its first evening of Friary Talks on Wednesday October 19. Its guest speakers were Nadine Dorries, MP for Mid-Bedfordshire, Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith and Matthew Sturgis. Topics included pre-abortion counselling, St Augustine, and Rome as the heart of Christianity. The talks were followed by questions and drinks

MP Nadine Dorries, theologian Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith and author Matthew Sturgis speak at first Herald talks

Cardinal Burke confers the award on Fr Twomey in Rome  (Photo: Terry Pender)

Pope gives medal to ex-student

Benedict XVI has awarded the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice medal to Fr D Vincent Twomey, SVD, professor emeritus of moral theology in Maynooth

Bishop Lang and Bishop Perham open All Saints’ Academy in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire  (Photo: Peter Bradshaw)

Bishop Lang opens new academy in Cheltenham

Bishop of Clifton blesses the school’s building and leads a service with the Anglican Bishop of Gloucester

The newly arranged chapel at Our Lady of Sorrows in Bognor Regis                                         (Photo: Anthony Michael)

Chapel is dedicated to Cardinal John Henry Newman, Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Pope John Paul II

Choristers from St Leonards-Mayfield School with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams (Photo: Dr Tim Eaton)

Fifteen choristers from St Leonards-Mayfield School in East Sussex sing for the Pope at the Vatican and at three of the most prestigious churches in Rome

Fr James McCartney with Gavin Morton, Mona Street Project project manager, Mark Gilman of the National Treatment Agency, Nigel Preston of Salford City Council and Phil Valentine, founder of the CCAR

Fr James McCartney talks about project helping more than 200 ex-drug abusers to recover from addiction