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More than 400 people packed a La Salle Brothers chapel in Lima in support of British Brother Paul McAuley (CNS photo/Barbara Fraser)

Brother Paul McAuley, from Portsmouth, given temporary stay while officials consider his appeal

Mgr Charles Scicluna, the Vatican's chief prosecutor of clerical sexual abuse, kneels at a service for victims in St Peter's Basilica (CNS photo/Isabella Bonotto, Catholic Press Photo)

Revisions will also add the attempted ordination of women to list of most serious crimes against Church law

Archbishop Bernard Longley (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Archbishop Longley unveils theme of Day for Life 2010

A great grandmother has spoken of her joy as her aunt is placed on the road to canonisation

Cardinal Marc Ouellet of Quebec has been given one of the most important posts in the Catholic Church                                                       (Photo: CNS)

Canadian cardinal and Swiss bishop named as leaders of important curial departments

Pope may have saved thousands of Jewish lives by secretly securing visas so they could escape the Third Reich, a German historian claims

Salford diocese launches iPhone app

The Diocese of Salford has launched an iPhone app updated daily with Mass readings, a thought for the day and a saint of the day

Pope Benedict XVI passes before the remains of Pope Celestine V after a Mass in Sulmona, Italy                    (AP Photo)

Pontiff marks 800th birthday of 13th-century hermit Pope Celestine V
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Bishop Conry had a private meeting with the Pope in January (Photograph: Servizio Fotographico de l’OR)

Bishop Kieran Conry of Arundel and Brighton says the Church should rethink the way it presents itself

Lord Patten is overseeing preparations for the state aspects of the Pope's visit (Mazur/www.thepapalvisit.org.uk)

Papal visit ‘will put an end to any Catholic feeling like a second-class citizen’