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Cardinal Peter Turkson speaks during the opening of the Millennium Development Goals summit at the UN headquarters in New York (CNS photo/Ky Chung, UN)

Cardinal Turkson says struggle to end poverty requires solidarity with poor

Bishops declare visit a success

Bishops declare visit a success

After Benedict XVI drew crowds, the country’s bishops say they are delighted

Archbishop Wuerl will be in charge of setting up the US ordinariate (Photo: PA)

Archbishop Wuerl has been appointed to lead efforts to establish an Anglican Ordinariate in the US

High Mass for All Saints, celebrated at Pusey House last year            Photo: The Revd James Bradley

Only days after the Pope’s visit, Anglican traditionalists meet to discuss the future

The official papal visit website

Three million watched papal visit online

Papal visit website reached millions across the world despite competition from BBC, Sky and EWTN

Martin McGuinness, right, with First Minister Peter Robinson and Taoiseach Brian Cowen (Photo: PA)

Pope ‘could visit Ireland in 2012′

Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland deputy first minister, says he has ‘grounds’ to believe a visit may happen

Pontiff pictured at the general audience

Pope Benedict XVI remembers visit to England and Scotland during general audience at the Vatican

BBC receives hundreds of complaints over coverage of papal visit

The corporation is criticised for being too sympathetic and too critical. Sky, meanwhile, has only had praise

Pilgrims at the shrine of Medjugorje in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Medjugorje seers to speak at Vienna cathedral

Two Medjugorje seers have been invited to address hundreds of young people at the Stephansdom

Watch video of Pope’s message here