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Paschal Uche, the young Catholic who greeted Benedict XVI in Britain, to train for priesthood

Paschal Uche (second left) welcomes Pope Benedict XVI, on behalf of Britain's young people, as the Pope sit on the steps of Westminster Cathedral, in central London, after celebrating Mass (Photo: PA)

Mr Uche has been accepted for seminary training by Bishop Thomas McMahon of Brentwood.

Priests must improve their people skills, says Bishop Egan

Bishop Egan admires Pope Francis's pastoral approach (Mazur)

Bishop Egan has told priests that their social skills are critical for successful evangelisation

Four hundred-year-old devotional sculpture to be auctioned

The bronze plaque depicting the story of St Dominic and the Rosary

A bronze plaque depicting the story of St Dominic and the Rosary to be sold this week

Church wasn’t the only institution to fail to tackle abuse, says Widdecombe

Ann Widdecombe: Church thinking on abuse mirrored that of society in general

Widespread ideas about nature of paedophilia in 1970s and 80s influenced decisions, says former MP

Bishop says ‘twilight of Christian England’ demands that faithful speak out

Bishop Davies said that in a decade Christianity will be the faith of a “significant minority” in Britain. (Mazur)

Bishop Mark Davies says Christianity being marginalised is ‘not an entirely negative development’