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Topic: Kate Middleton

Cardinal Nichols welcomes Royal baby news

‘Our prayers are with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge,’ says Cardinal Nichols

Archbishop Nichols: Royal baby is a source of joy for Britain

Archbishop assures Prince William and Kate of the prayers and best wishes of the Catholic Church

Bishop sends congratulations after Royal baby arrival

Bishop Egan writes to Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after birth of son

The Royal baby’s name? By George, I think I’ve got it!

Royal naming patterns are conservative and predictable – but we can’t rule out another Princess Diana

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Will it will be a Princess Victoria or Elizabeth?

There are clear patterns to royal baby naming

William and Catherine have returned to the monarchy’s Christian origins

This royal wedding was a much more serious occasion than the last one

Prince William and his bride have the chance to shape Britain’s ideas about marriage

The monarchy has great symbolic power: the royal couple could set a standard about the purpose and meaning of matrimony

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Archbishop Nichols congratulates Prince William and Kate

Archbishop Vincent Nichols says he is delighted at news that Prince William and girlfriend Kate Middleton are to marry next year