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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

Parishioners gather in gratitude for Frank Layland

Canon Paul Cummins gives a print of Sidmouth to Frank Layland in thanks for service as Mrs Layland looks on

Parish priest celebrates parishioner’s 20 years of service

Franciscan missionaries welcome new postulant

Sister Hazel Buckley, centre, is pictured with Sister Philomena Hynes and Sister Lorna Diesta, a new postulant

Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood accept new postulant, Lorna Diesta, to their Clapham community

Pupil wins speaking award

Gerard Norton

Pupil at St Bede’s College wins Catenian speaking competition

Number of Catholics in the world grows by 15m in a year

Bishops from Latin America attend a papal Mass in Sao Paolo. Half of the world's Catholics live in the Americas (Photo: CNS)

Number of Catholics, priests, bishops and deacons all increased in 2009, but number of female religious declined

Indian bishops protest against ‘whitewash’ of attacks on Christians

Catholics protest against the Karnataka state government in Bangalore in 2008 (Photo: CNS/Anto Akkara)

Archbishop of Bangalore says Christian victims have been turned into the perpetrators, while attackers have been absolved

Benedict XVI meets President Medvedev

Pope receives Russian president at the Vatican and exchanges gifts