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Gary Cargill and Liz Garland as Andrew and Teresa in The Jeweller’s Shop. The adaptation of an original drama by Karol Wojtyła was performed at the Leicester Square Theatre in London by Ten Ten Theatre last Wednesday

An adaptation, The Jeweller’s Shop, was performed by Ten Ten Theatre last Wednesday

Bishop Mark Davies celebrates Mass at St Mary’s College, Oscott , during Invocation 2011                                                              (Photo: Józef Łopuszyński)

Vocations festival draws 700 faithful

Invocation conference was held at St Mary’s College, Oscott, Birmingham, and was attended by the Apostolic Nuncio to Britain

Cardinal O’Brien is pictured with the crew of the Margareta B   (Photo: Paul McSherry)

Cardinal O’Brien meets mainly Filipino crews on container ships resting at the port

The 99-year-old Sister Catherine Elizabeth with novice Siobhan Boyle

Sisters celebrate milestone

Archbishop Vincent Nichols pays tribute to 100 years of service by the Daughters of Wisdom at abbey in Hampshire

Marist Schools pupils prepare for the Race for Life	                     Photo: Nick Haycock

Marists join Race for Life

Marist schools take part in fundraising event for cancer research called Race for Life

Cyclist Geoff Gilford with Joe’s father, Craig Gilligan.

Cyclist pedals for Trust

Geoff Gilford cycles 106 miles to raise money for the Joe Gilligan Trust

Bishop Ambrose Griffiths

Bishop Ambrose Griffiths, Bishop Emeritus of Hexham and Newcastle, was born on December 4 1928. He died on June 14 2011, aged 82

Neil Slattery and Matthew Biney talk to young Ambrosians (Photo: Johnson Carter)

A former football thug and a former drug addict revealed the secrets of their transformation into modern missionaries

Harriet Harman MP enjoys a cup of tea at Cafod’s event to ‘refresh the call for global justice’    (Photo: Ellen Teague)

Cafod hosts a parliamentary event called Tea Time for Change at Westminster

Worth Abbey church in Crawley, West Sussex, is re-opened after a year-long refurbishment project    Patricia Lotery

Worth Abbey, one of the finest examples of 1960s church architecture, is re-opened after a year-long refurbishment