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Topic: Archbishop Bernard Longley

Duncan Smith visits St Chad’s Sanctuary

Iain Duncan Smith, the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, visits St Chad’s Sanctuary in Birmingham

Archbishop Longley thanks Lourdes doctors

Archbishop Longley addresses Lourdes Medical Association

Archbishop Longley to lead new round of Anglican-Catholic talks

Archbishop of Birmingham to chair third phase of ARCIC, which begins in May

Popular priest is made monsignor

Archbishop Longley surprised Canon Patrick Browne with the announcement during a farewell Mass

Archbishop bids sad farewell to last Poor Clares

Four remaining Poor Clares leave convent in Warwickshire after 160 years

Archbishop Longley among members of new evangelisation council

Archbishop of Birmingham joins heavyweight team of prelates including Cardinal Pell, Cardinal Ouellet and Cardinal Levada

‘I think what I must learn is patience’

Anna Arco meets a relieved archbishop at the end of a challenging year marked by the success of the papal visit

The Pope’s Thought for the Day was simple and profound

But not, perhaps, controversial enough for John Humphrys

Archbishop: Pope’s visit gives fresh courage

Archbishop Longley recalls papal visit at Mass on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin

Archbishop commends museum’s Nativity Trail

Archbishop Bernard Longley says he is ‘delighted’ by this year’s Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Nativity Trail