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Pope Benedict XVI waves as he leaves his weekly general audience (Photo: CNS)

Ecumenical movement has led to ‘a sense of brotherhood’ among Christians, Benedict XVI says at general audience

Paul VI presents a 13th-century fresco of Christ to Dr Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury, in 1966 (Photo: AP)

An ex-Anglican jurisdiction was always taken seriously in Rome

Pope Benedict greets young people outside Westminster Cathedral (Photo: PA)

Bishop Hollis describes papal visit as remarkable and says the Pope was shown in an ‘intensely pastoral light’

Papal Visit 2010: second day’s briefing

Papal Visit 2010: second day’s briefing

A summary of the big stories from the second day of the Papal Visit
Five men arrested ‘in plot to harm Pope’
Pope: ‘faith and reason need one another’

(Photo: REUTERS)

The Holy Father expressed his desire that both Churches ‘renew determination to pursue the goal of unity’

Archbishop Kelly

Delivered in the Waldegrave Drawing Room, St Mary’s University College, Twickenham

The new Blessed will boost the quest for Christian unity

Newman’s beatification will give a new momentum to ecumenism, says Fr John McCloskey

The Very Rev Dr John Hall hopes that Pope Benedict will have an ‘opportunity to talk about the centrality of Christianity within our understanding of the nation’ (Photos: PA)

‘It is good that the Pope is coming’

The Dean of Westminster Abbey tells Huw Twiston Davies that he is looking forward to welcoming Benedict XVI

Sorry, Professor Milbank, Newman was no ecumenist

His advice to you would have been to become a (Roman) Catholic

Kurt Koch confirmed at Pontifical Council for Christian Unity

Swiss bishop to replace Cardinal Walter Kasper at curial department for ecumenism