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Monitors raise cash for heroes

Picture shows, left to right: James Channer (with his trophy), Digby Walker, Brigadier David Madden, Mr Matthew Torrens-Burton and Angus Duncan

Digby Walker, head monitor of Ampleforth College in Yorkshire, has handed over a cheque for £4,257.12 for the Help the Heroes appeal

Heythrop honours friends

Fr Kevin Fox, left, is pictured with Andrew Kennedy and Roy Dorey

College awards fellowships to Rev Roy Dorey, a Baptist, and Fr Kevin Fox SJ

Catholic pupil is champion

Christy O’Brien, 13, has won two national running medals

Young Catholic runner from St Bede’s College in Manchester wins cross-country relay and road relay championships

School designs house tweed jacket

Pupils Ellie and Rebecca are pictured wearing the new Ampleforth house tweed

Two students design a tweed jacket for St Margaret’s House, one of three girls’ houses at Ampleforth College

Three ex-Anglican bishops are received into full communion

Ceremony at Westminster Cathedral paves way for ordinariate

American Passionists promote Cause of former superior general

Bishop William Winter, a retired auxiliary bishop of Pittsburgh, prays at the crypt of Fr Theodore Foley in Pittsburgh (CNS photo/John Franko, Pittsburgh Catholic)

Fr Foley led the Passionist congregation from 1964 until his death in 1974

Benedict XVI to deliver Thought for the Day on Christmas Eve

Pope recorded the three-minute slot in Rome earlier today, according to the BBC

Full text of Vatican’s clarification on condoms

Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issues note entitled “On the trivialisation of sexuality”

Circus trapezists perform for Pope

Trapezists perform for Pope Benedict XVI at his weekly general audience

Archbishop Nichols celebrates Mass for 30th anniversary of the Passage

Archbishop Vincent Nichols and Sister Ellen Flynn slice a 30th anniversary cake

Over the last 30 years the Passage has helped more than 100,000 people. It has served three million meals, found jobs for 2,000 clients