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

DVD issued by the bishops’ conference will include footage of all Pope Benedict’s speeches

The New Humanist magazine called for constructive engagement with Catholics following Benedict XVI's visit to Britain

Is this a magnificent breakthrough or a pathway to compromise on critical issues?

The New Humanist was critical of the papal visit to Britain

London meeting follows ‘rowdy’ public debate

Church in Britain must pay the Government back for its share of the papal visit costs by the end of the financial year

Archbishop Vincent Nichols pictured with Richard Brown, Glenda Swain (right) and Llima Cole (left) of the Catholic Truth Society             Photograph: Peter Jennings

Archbishop Nichols launches papal book

Archbishop Vincent Nichols launches the Official Record of the State Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Great Britain at a special Mass in Westminster Cathedral

Pope Benedict XVI is driven through a cheering crowd following his general audience today (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

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James MacMillan's new Mass setting was controversial among some Church officials (Photo: PA)

Scottish composer reveals ‘almighty row’ over his setting for the papal Masses in Glasgow and Birmingham

Pope Benedict XVI celebrates Mass in Westminster Cathedral on Saturday, September 18. A graceful silver 18th-century standing crucifix is positioned on the altar

The Cathedral shows us the way ahead

Parishes throughout Britain should draw inspiration from the papal Mass at Westminster Cathedral, says Fr Anthony Symondson SJ

Fr Gregory Winterton and Fr Paul Chavasse pictured in the 
cloister of Blessed John Henry Newman memorial church in Edgbaston

Papal book presented at Oratory

The official record of the State Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Britain is presented at the Oratory House, Birmingham

The Pope celebrates Mass in the Apostolic Nunciature during his recent visit to Britain. The altar, tabernacle stand and lectern were specially made by NEJ Stevenson

The Pope seen in seclusion

Apostolic Nuncio to Britain commissions Midlands-based bespoke furniture maker to produce six items for Pope Benedict XVI’s visit