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Bishop Michael Campbell and Archbishop Antonio Mennini, pictured in St Pauls Bookshop in central London

Archbishop Antonio Mennini, the Apostolic Nuncio to Great Britain, attends launch of You Will Be My Witnesses, the latest book by Bishop Michael Campbell OSA

Pope Benedict XVI blesses the faithful as he leaves at the end of his general audience (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 13/04/11

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Archbishop Vincent Nichols with the new nuncio and  Peter Jennings (Marcin Mazur)

Nuncio receives papal book

Archbishop Nichols and Peter Jennings present new nuncio with a copy of the official book of the Pope’s visit to Britain

Morning Catholic must-reads: 29/03/11

Morning Catholic must-reads: 29/03/11

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A rebel fighter guards a checkpoint on a road in Libya (CNS photo/Finbarr O'Reilly, Reuters)

Archbishop Mennini, Apostolic Nuncio to Britain, is to represent the Vatican at an international conference on Libya tomorrow

Fr Josemaría Escrivá, played by Charlie Cox, in the movie There Be Dragons (CNS photo/Motive)

Should we always encourage people to convert or can there be good reasons not to cross the Tiber?

Archbishop Mennini speaks at the Mass of Welcome in his honour at Westminster Cathedral (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

In an interview with the Herald, Archbishop Mennini says he wants a ‘friendly’ dialogue with all sides of British society

Archbishop Mennini speaks at the Mass of Welcome in his honour at Westminster Cathedral (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Here is the transcript of Anna Arco’s revealing interview with Archbishop Antonio Mennini

Cardinal Keith O'Brien of St Andrews and Edinburgh (Mazur/thepapalvisit.org.uk)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 15/03/11

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The Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Antonio Mennini, sets off on March 2 in a horse-drawn carriage to make the journey from Archbishop’s House, Westminster, to Buckingham Palace, where he presented his Letter of Credence to the Queen

Archbishop Antonio Mennini was presenting his diplomatic credentials to the Queen