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Paintings of Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher (CNS composite photo/Public domain)

A nationwide tour of relics of St Thomas More and St John Fisher will begin on Sunday

Lord and Lady Nicholas Windsor receive the cheque from the Theodore Trust

The donation from the Theodore Trust will contribute towards a retreat, study and leadership centre

Actor Mark Rylance inspects the First Folio with Dr Farah Karim-Cooper, the head of higher education at the  Globe, Francois Decoster, the mayor of Saint-Omer, and Dr Remy Cordonnier, the head of the ancient books collection at Saint-Omer public library (PA)

A recently discovered First Folio of Shakespeare’s plays will be exhibited next year at the Globe Theatre

Remy Cordonnier, the director of the Saint-Omer library, opens a page of the newly discovered Shakespeare's original first folio (CNS)

A First Folio of Shakespeare’s plays found in a French library came from a Catholic college

Jan Graffius shows Cardinal McCarrick the-Crucifix of St Thomas More

Lord Nicholas Windsor and Lord Alton of Liverpool attend Mass celebrated by Cardinal McCarrick

The Mass of Celebration at Stonyhurst College marking the re-opening of St Peter’s church

Stonyhurst College celebrates the re-opening of its church, St Peter’s, after its year-long closure for extensive restoration and conservation work

Whether one is Labour or Tory, believer or not, you can’t change the natural laws

Phil Leonard, pictured in the blue jumper, returns to Stonyhurst                                                Photo: Dawn Johnson

Former Stonyhurst pupil returns to school to talk about his work for the charity Jubilee Campaign

Archbishop Mennini, the Apostolic Nuncio to Great Britain, gives the Apostolic Blessing to the headmaster of Stonyhurst College, Andrew Johnson (Photo: Dawn Johnson)

Nuncio in visit to Stonyhurst

Archbishop Antonio Mennini celebrates Stonyhurst College’s Campion Day Mass

Andrew Gordon Brown, deputy headmaster at Stonyhurst College, with pupils involved in the prayer relay

Pupils at Stonyhurst join children from 210 other schools in a relay of prayer