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Two priests in north London and East Sussex told parishioners last weekend that they were to be received into the Catholic Church

Popemobile’s Edinburgh route released

The Pope will travel nearly four miles through the city’s historic centre

‘I’m looking forward to my visit to UK,’ he says in weekly general audience

Pope Benedict issues his message for World Youth Day 2011

Pope sends message to people of Britain

Pope Benedict XVI talks of his joy at beatifying Cardinal Newman, a man of ‘gentle wisdom’

Plans detailing the Pope’s exact movements at Cofton Park were left in a Warwickshire pub and never picked up

Prayers for the success of the Pope’s visit begin in parishes across England and Wales today

Crowds can wave at Pope Benedict XVI as he passes along the bank of the Thames and through Green Park

Print edition 03.09.10

Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, news, extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, in the first of a three-part series, Fr Ian Ker tackles the enormous misunderstanding around Cardinal Newman; Mark Greaves finds out why an order of nuns gave up a beautiful and historic private school to work in a deprived part of Essex; and Fr Anthony Symondson reviews a biography of George Myers, the builder who brought Pugin to life. Mary O’Regan, meanwhile, argues that the papal visit is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Catholics to speak up for their faith.

Archbishop to meet Pope protesters

Archbishop Peter Smith will meet Protest the Pope campaigners today to ask them to protest in a dignified, non-confrontational way