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Benedict XVI arriving at Edinburgh Airport in September 2010 (CNS)

We republish the following blog, originally published on September 20, 2010, to mark the fifth anniversary of Benedict’s papal visit to Britain

Cardinal Vincent Nichols has said we must act (PA)

The cardinal gave an interview to ITV news last night about the growing migrant crisis

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Happy 25th Anniversary, Youth 2000

Youth 2000 will celebrate 25 years this weekend in Walsingham

'In this age of instant communication, Christian letter-writing should be seen as an apostolate' (PA)

Putting forward the Christian point of view in the press and social media will help keep the moral dimension of public debates alive

Archbishop Kevin McDonald (Flickr/Mazur)

Archbishop Kevin McDonald protested alongside a rabbi and an imam

A true English gentleman: Fra’ Matthew Festing, Grand Master of the Order of Malta (CNS)

Have posh Catholics had their day?

Once these grand, aristocratic families wielded influence in spades; now you’re more likely to see them mucking in at church fetes than bending the ear of the Nuncio

avid Cameron meets patient Ursula Chambers during a visit to Royal Derby Hospital (PA)

It makes perfect sense for those who care for the sick to work seven days a week

The relics of Blessed Louis and Zélie Martin at the Cathedral Church of St Mary and St Boniface in Plymouth (Mazur/

Blessed Zélie is an inspirational figure who raised five children, became a master of her trade and never allowed commerce to harden her heart

Members of the Missionaries of Charity (CNS)

The Missionaries of Charity have a great hunger for spiritual and theological nourishment