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Vatican expert: Police can’t stop north Africa protests

A girl walks on top of an army tank in Tahrir Square, Cairo (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill)

Former rector of pontifical institute says political atmosphere in Egypt feels like the end of the Ottoman Empire

Harry’s amazing double

Harry Stanton has been cast in The Magic Flute at Covent Garden

Former pupil of Oratory Prep School, Berkshire, to perform in the ROH’s forthcoming Magic Flute

Investing in People acclaims Benedictine school

Front: Norman Hull and Monica McCarthy. Back, from left: Rob Simmons, Chris Cleugh, Catherine de Cintra

St Benedict’s Catholic school in Ealing, west London, achieves Bronze Investors in People recognition

Report delights pupils at ‘the Mount’

Music students from Mount St Mary’s celebrating GCSE success in August

Mount St Mary’s College, a Catholic school in Derbyshire, receives glowing Independent Schools Council report

Benedict XVI condemns Moscow bombing

Clergyman lights candles at the site of the blast in Domodedovo airport near Moscow (Photo: AP/Sergey Ponomarev)

Pope expresses ‘deep pain’ at suicide bombing that killed 35 people

European Parliament calls for more protection of Christians

Baroness Ashton, EU foreign policy chief (Photo: PA)

Catherine Ashton, EU foreign policy chief, says Europe won’t ‘turn a blind eye’ to plight of Middle East Christians

Abortion doctor charged over eight deaths

A doctor in Philadelphia is charged with murdering seven newborn babies and a female patient

Archbishop Kelly blesses children in Holy Land

Archbishop Patrick Kelly of Liverpool blesses children from the parish of St Justin in Rafidia, a northern suburb of Nablus in the Palestinian territories, during a pastoral visit on January 9. He told parishioners: ‘We are here to be with you in solidarity, but also to encourage you to build bridges. We all bring our sorrows, but we can transform them.’

Archbishop of Liverpool visits parish in the Palestinian territories

Archbishop pots a ball at youth centre in Nablus

Archbishop Kelly prepares himself to take a shot in a youth centre in Rafidia. The founding of the centre, next to the church of St Justin in Rafidia, has been funded by Catholics in Liverpool and the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre. Fr Johnny Abu-Khalil, parish priest of St Justin, said: ‘This youth centre will help young people stay in Palestine.’

Archbishop Patrick Kelly opens youth centre in Holy Land funded by Catholics in Liverpool

Jubilee for popular priest

Fr Michael Seed celebrates 25 years as a priest this year

Fr Michael Seed celebrates 25 years as a priest at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, in London