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Palace of Westminster will be lit in red on Wednesday

The historic building will be lit up as part of ACN’s Red Wednesday campaign

Cardinal Nichols and Archbishop Welby at Vespers (Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

The Archbishop of Canterbury joined Cardinal Vincent Nichols for the closing of the Door of Mercy at Westminster Cathedral

The statue of Our Lady of Walsingham is held aloft during a Year of Mercy pilgrimage attended by Cardinal Nichols (Photo: mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

The statue will be enthroned in the Chapel of St George and the English Martyrs

Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk

The Chapel of St George and the English Martyrs will host the decorative scheme

Brentwood Cathedral is to be lit in red (Brentwood Diocese)

Brentwood is following the example of Westminster Cathedral and Westminster Abbey

The author with Patti Fordyce outside Westminster Cathedral today (© Westminster Cathedral)

When we saw a protest for women’s ordination outside a Chrism Mass, we knew we had to offer a response

Cardinal Nichols (CNS)

Cardinal Vincent Nichols urged them ‘to let the Holy Spirit fire your imaginations’

One of 12 stone eagles stare out over London from the tower of Westminster Cathedral

No one is sure why stone eagles adorn the Cathedral. Now they are the focus of a campaign to save the tower

Cardinal Nichols in the crypt of Westminster Cathedral (Photo: Diocese of Westminster)

Cardinal Wiseman and his successor Cardinal Manning remembered at Westminster Cathedral

Benedict XVI arrives at Cofton Park, Birmingham, for the beatification of Cardinal Newman (AP)

Ten years ago today Benedict began his transformative papacy