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Archbishop opens new era at St Patrick’s

The Mass celebrated by Archbishop Nichols launched a week of celebrations marking the long-awaited opening of the prominent London church

St Patrick’s, Soho Square, re-opens after a £3.5m restoration

Children flock to Cathedral

Archbishop Nichols with children from Barlborough Hall School, who were at the Mass

More than 1,500 schoolchildren attend Catholic Children’s Society Mass at Westminster Cathedral

Requiem Mass for a pillar of LMS

The High Mass of Requiem and Absolutions were celebrated in London on May 20

Requiem Mass celebrated for Arthur Crumly, a former Senior MC of the Latin Mass Society

Cardinal applauds Sisters

Cardinal O’Brien with Poor Clare Sisters from Lynton, Bothwell and Humbie

Cardinal O’Brien celebrates Mass for the 800th anniversary of the founding of the Poor Clares

The priest whose asceticism killed three disciples

St Norbert (June 6) grew up cocooned in privilege and luxury

St Joseph’s consecrated belatedly

The Church of St Joseph the Worker in Banbury was consecrated on May 15

The church of St Joseph the Worker in Banbury, south Oxfordshire, built in 1968, was consecrated on May 15

Couple receive peace prize

Bishop Malcolm McMahon presents the Campbells with the award

Audrey and Frank Campbell received their award from Pax Christi’s national president, Bishop Malcolm McMahon of Nottingham

Student shines on the violin

Music teacher Rachael Johnson and Noella Kisina

Pupils gains a Merit in her Grade 6 violin exam

Pope chooses abbot as Bishop of Aberdeen

Bishop-elect Hugh Gilbert has been abbot at Pluscarden for 19 years (Photo: Paul McSherry)

Benedict XVI appoints Fr Hugh Gilbert, Benedictine abbot of Pluscarden Abbey

Belgian abuse victims file lawsuit against Holy See

Belgian lawyers Walter Van Steenbrugge and Christine Mussche arrive at a press conference in Ghent yesterday (CNS photo/Eric Vidal, Reuters)

Belgian bishops have agreed to compensate victims even if the statute of limitations has run out