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The reality is that women can't have it all (PA)

We can recognise the differences between the sexes and still affirm the equal dignity of women

Tony Baker presents the cheque to Sandra Starkings in the presence of Deacon Peter Glanville

Norwich Catenians raised money for SVP through Christmas carol concert

Jennifer, John Flynn and Rachel Flynn at the Newmarket stables (Photo: John Kenny)

About 20 Norwich Catenians, together with family and friends, learn about the breeding and training of racehorses at Newmarket

Terry Grange, the new chairman, shakes hands with Grand President Vernon deCruz

Catenians grow in Southwark

Five men were enrolled into the Catenian Association at a ceremony at St George’s Cathedral’s Amigo Hall

At Notre Dame High School, Norwich, Paul Bruning, president of Norwich Circle of the Catenian Association, presented cheques to a total of £1,200 from the Catenian Bursary Fund to a group of sixth formers to help them go to Lourdes. From left: Jack Harrison, Aine Kirwan, Eleonor Matthewson, Natalie Shorten, Nathan Williamson, Andrew Miller, Jackie Skwarka, Joanna Weal and Paul Bruning

Catenians pay £1,200 so sixth-form pupils can go on pilgrimage to Lourdes