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New priest is ordained in Clifton

Fr Obi was ordained to the priesthood on February 26

Isidore Nnamdi Obi was ordained to the priesthood at Bristol’s Clifton Cathedral

Constantinian Order invests new British members

From left: A Urselli, A de Silva Coelho, Fr Julian Large, Cardinal George Pell, the Duchess of Calabria, the 
Duke of Noto, Prince Rupert Loewenstein, Princess Josephine Loewenstein, J McCaffrey and S Grenfell

Cardinal George Pell among those invested at the Little Oratory in west London

Catenians grow in Southwark

Terry Grange, the new chairman, shakes hands with Grand President Vernon deCruz

Five men were enrolled into the Catenian Association at a ceremony at St George’s Cathedral’s Amigo Hall

American bishops criticise Obama administration’s decision on marriage law

President Barack Obama  Olivier Douliery/ABACAUSA.com

Bishops have called Obama’s decision not to support Defense of Marriage Act an abdication of the Government’s constitutional obligation to uphold the law

Bishop’s farewell to Scouts

Bishop Edwin Regan blesses Scouts at St George’s Cathedral on February 13

Bishop Edwin Regan hands over responsibilities as link bishop for the National Catholic Scout Fellowship at a farewell Mass

Aquinas dinner held in Ealing

Back: Fr Thomas Stapleford and Fr Alexander Bevan. Front: Eloise Blondiau, 
head girl, Professor John Cottingham and Olivia Ranger

St Benedict’s School in west London hosts dinner in honour of St Thomas Aquinas

Sixth form pupils raise money for Mary’s Meals

From left: Sam Higginson, Tom Pugh, George Gardner, Beth Adams, Katie Smith and Elisha Ahmed

Sixth form students at Princethorpe College in Warwickshire raise £2,741 for Mary’s Meals

Norwich branch of Catenians contributes to Lourdes trip

At Notre Dame High School, Norwich, Paul Bruning, president of Norwich Circle of the Catenian Association, presented cheques to a total of £1,200 from the Catenian Bursary Fund to a group of sixth formers to help them go to Lourdes. From left: Jack Harrison, Aine Kirwan, Eleonor Matthewson, Natalie Shorten, Nathan Williamson, Andrew Miller, Jackie Skwarka, Joanna Weal and Paul Bruning

Catenians pay £1,200 so sixth-form pupils can go on pilgrimage to Lourdes

St Paul’s pupils celebrate the Year of the Rabbit

Pupils from St Paul’s Catholic High School in Manchester enjoy traditional Chinese food such as steamed buns

Pupils at St Paul’s Catholic High School in Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester, celebrate Chinese New Year with a rabbit party

Million Minutes is launched

Paschal Uche making a pledge to Million Minutes

Catholic charity encourages people to stay silent in solidarity with young people who are ‘silenced’ by society