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Students see signs of hope for Christian unity

Members of the Christian Student Movement are pictured at a Taizé weekend in October 2010

Student Christian Movement sees revival of interest in ecumenical Christianity as it prepares for annual conference

Record of papal visit delights Pope

Pope Benedict XVI is presented with a copy of the official record of his state visit to Britain by Peter Jennings, its author and editor, in Rome 
at the end of his weekly audience in the Vatican on Wednesday December 15                                                      (Photograph: L’Osservatore Romano)

Benedict XVI presented with official record of last year’s papal visit to Britain

Archbishop Nichols leads faithful in Joyful Mysteries

Archbishop Nichols of Westminster leads the faithful gathered last month in Westminster Cathedral in the Joyful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary before the relic image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. He led the devotions in greeting the image to mark the final weekend closing the nine-month novena tour of the image

Archbishop Vincent Nichols leads the faithful in the Joyful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary before the relic image of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Pupils gather small change to help world’s poor

Lower-sixth pupils from St Benedict’s School in Ealing in West London collected change for the charity Action Aid

Sixth-form pupils at St Benedict’s school in west London collect money for Action Aid

Full text of decree erecting the ordinariate

The Vatican issues decree of erection for the personal ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham

Ordinariate decree is made public

The decree establishes that the Ordinary, Fr Keith Newton, will be a voting member of the bishops’ conference

English lessons for parents

English teacher Nuala Conway with two parents who are taking an English class

St Paul’s Catholic High School in Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester, offers English lessons to parents

Pupils enjoy raising money for World Aids Day

Dai Barnes, head of ICT at St Benedict’s School, Ealing in West London, hands a prize to a lucky raffle winner

Pupils at St Benedict’s School in Ealing, West London, raise money for the Raphael Centre in the Eastern Cape of South Africa

At football festival, players lose gracefully and win modestly

Participants at last autumn’s inaugural Ratcliffe College Football Festival

Catholic primary children enjoy football festival at Ratcliffe College

Angel of Bologna plays ‘heaven and hell’

On February 6 the Italian harpist Gabriella Dall’Olio, above – the ‘Angel of Bologna’ in curator Stephen Montague’s words – will play Patterson and Busotti at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge. Montague said her programme was like ‘heaven and hell’

Italian harpist Gabriella Dall’Olio to play at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge