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Archbishop Nichols: 'With the blessings of this visit we can be more confident in our faith' (Photo: PA)

Archbishop: ‘Make the faith more visible’

Archbishop Nichols urges faithful to offer to pray for people and make the Sign of the Cross in public

Jack Valero is absolutely right when he says that the English media are not anti-Catholic

Let’s not forget that Rupert Murdoch is a papal knight

The papal visit was a PR success: but no thanks to some anti-papal English Catholics

Are we now to expect a quiet undermining of what the Pope achieved?

Bishops declare visit a success

Bishops declare visit a success

After Benedict XVI drew crowds, the country’s bishops say they are delighted

Niamh Moloney and friends

Youth worker gains fame through banner

Diocesan youth worker and friends create banners that are seen by millions around the world

Pilgrims, above and below, from Christ the Prince of Peace, Weybridge, enjoy the Hyde Park Vigil (Photograph: Adam Simon)

Weybridge faithful enjoy vigil

Parishioners pictured at Hyde Park

Pilgrims from St John the Baptist in Uddingston, south Lanarkshire, enjoy tea at Bellahouston Park

Pilgrims enjoy tea at Bellahouston

Catholics from St John the Baptist in Uddingston, south Lanarkshire, pictured at Bellahouston Park

The Wolverhampton Polish group from Holy Trinity parish is pictured here at Cofton Park, 
writes Józef Łopuszyński. Grazyna Klytta (centre) said: ‘For me it was a wonderful experience’

Poles from Wolverhampton attend the beatification Mass at Cofton Park

The official papal visit website

Three million watched papal visit online

Papal visit website reached millions across the world despite competition from BBC, Sky and EWTN

David Cameron and Pope Benedict XVI at the farewell ceremony at Birmingham International Airport (Photo: PA)

Otherwise you will prove just how empty your words are