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Luke Burgess-Moloney dresses up as Harry Potter, headmaster Rob Simmons as a Dickensian toff and Yakira Correia de Sousa Barradas as Little Red Riding Hood

School celebrates great books

St Benedict’s Junior School in Ealing, west London, celebrates Book Week

Anna-Maria receives her award in the House of Commons              (Photo: Gabe Trodd)

Vaughan pupils win awards

Two pupils at Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School collect awards for academic achievement at the House of Commons

The skeleton of one of the Anglo-Saxons discovered during work in the parish of the Immaculate Conception (Photo courtesy of the Church of the Immaculate Conception)

Discovery prompts Requiem Mass

Bishop William Kenney celebrates Mass for Anglo-Saxons whose remains were discovering during the building of a John Paul II Centre

St Benet’s School for Peace in the village of Chamalale near Lubumbashi

Faithful help school in Congo

Parishioners at St Benet’s in Beccles, Suffolk, fund school in the Democratic Republic of Congo

A protester is carried off the site (Chris Radburn/PA Wire)

Anglican and Catholic bishops say ‘confrontation and violence are not the answer’ as riot police move in on Traveller site

St Richard returned to the Church after he was attacked by crows (PA photo)

St Richard Gwyn (October 17) was imprisoned for four years, put in stocks, and disemboweled for his faith

The statue of Our Lady is carried from St Edward’s church in Rusholme (Photo: John Fryer)

More than 1,000 people take part in a Marian procession in Manchester

Bishop Rawstrone and Simrin Choudhrie, left, stop for a rest during their walk for the homeless (Photo: Kevin Bradley)

Star of the Channel 4 programme The Secret Millionaire joins Bishop of Hallam on his annual 15-mile trek for St Wilfrid’s Centre

Andrew Gordon Brown, deputy headmaster at Stonyhurst College, with pupils involved in the prayer relay

Pupils at Stonyhurst join children from 210 other schools in a relay of prayer

Richard Challoner boys gather to celebrate their annual feast day (Photo: Neil D’Aguiar)

Buses take pupils to cathedral

Staff and students from Richard Challoner School travel in 17 double-decker buses to St George’s Cathedral, Southwark, to celebrate Mass for their school feast day