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Catholics had a true friend in Michael Gove

The outgoing Education Secretary wanted to revitalise the Catholic school system, but he only met heel-dragging and indifference

Barry Mizen: ‘Jimmy is there in every word that I speak’

Father of murdered schoolboy on being named in the New Year’s Honours List and his quest to keep his son’s memory alive

Bishop criticises Government ‘illegal immigrants’ campaign

Bishop Lynch says Home Office billboards are “inappropriate” and calls for compassion

Vatican cardinal prays for peace in London interfaith service

Cardinal Tauran also visits Jain and Hindu temples

Priest starts campaign for London to host World Youth Day

Fr Stephen Wang, dean at Allen Hall seminary, is calling for WYD to be held in London in 2016

I hope these riots are a wake-up call. Otherwise, London could end up as lawless as Nairobi

Tough decisions lie ahead

The BBC has done very well so far – even risking the wrath of humanists

The Independent, for a start, isn’t happy

Popemobile’s route through London is unveiled

Crowds can wave at Pope Benedict XVI as he passes along the bank of the Thames and through Green Park

RAF man cycles to Paris in memory of his father

Carl Fivey raised money for Action Medical Research

The lessons of 7/7: Islam, tolerance and American wars

Some have been learnt – the idea, for instance, that Britain should have stayed out of Iraq. But others have not