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Will Ireland be won over by the Queen?

Mary Kenny says that Queen Elizabeth II’s historic trip to the Republic of Ireland next week could be her most challenging state visit

Nuncio takes horse-drawn carriage to Buckingham Palace

Archbishop Antonio Mennini was presenting his diplomatic credentials to the Queen

The Queen may not have produced a rosary, but she did conduct herself with dignity

At 83, she has seen a great many state occasions in her lifetime

The Pope’s address in Westminster Hall is one of his most important ever

His address to the Queen will be equally historic, but it’s the one at the Palace of Westminster which will have a lasting impact

The Pope’s trip follows two state visits by the Queen to Rome

In 1961 and 1980 she made official visits to meet John XXIII and John Paul II

Peter Mandelson is not wise, old, or grumpy enough to be a national treasure

Here are five simple criteria for anyone wishing to achieve national treasure status. Prince Philip makes it; Peter Mandelson and Stephen Fry do not

Pope’s visit will be a lesson for secular Britain, says Archbishop

Archbishop Nichols says it will be a chance to show secularised society that faith is a gift, not a problem

Vatican announces ‘once in a lifetime’ display of Raphael works at the V&A

Yesterday, for the first time since 1983, the Vatican hung the tapestries on the walls of the Sistine Chapel where they are thought to have originally been located

The Pope won’t be flying with British Airways

The detail emerged as the Holy See formally announced the Pope’s state visit

Britain’s reputation is at stake during papal visit, says Lord Patten

Papal visit ‘will put an end to any Catholic feeling like a second-class citizen’