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Archbishop Longley Hopes the Church Will Soon Recognise Blessed Dominic Barberi and Blessed John Henry Newman as Saints

Archbishop Bernard Longley celebrated mid-day Mass on the Feast Day of Blessed Dominic Barberi of the Mother of God, at the shrine in St Anne’s Church, St Helens, Merseyside, on Bank Holiday Monday, 26 August. Blessed Dominic, an Italian missionary […]

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Archbishop Bernard Longley Blesses New Building at Oxford Oratory

Admiration for the Faith of Young Pilgrims – Archbishop Bernard Longley Reflects on WYD in Rio

WYD is to Enable Young People to Give a Powerful Witness to Christ that the World Cannot Ignore – Archbishop Bernard Longley

Cardinal Tauran Presented with New CTS Booklet, “First Addresses Of Pope Francis”

CTS Booklet: Pope Francis in His Own Words

Permanent Deacons Serve the Church in a Special Way

“We Thank God for the Witness and Ministry of Pope Benedict” – Archbishop Bernard Longley

The Most Reverend Bernard Longley, Archbishop of Birmingham, celebrated a special Mass of Thanksgiving for Pope Benedict XVI, on the Feast of the Chair of St

Pope Benedict XVI – Final General Audience of his Pontificate, St Peter’s Square, Wednesday, 27 February 2013

On a bright day in Rome, Wednesday, 27 February 2013, an estimated 150,000 people packed St Peter’s Square for the historic, deeply moving and emotional final

The Example of Pope Benedict will Inspire us in the Years to Come, Says Archbishop Bernard Longley during Rite of Election

Archbishop Bernard Longley warmly welcomed the Candidates, Catechumens, their sponsors, parish priests and families to the Rite of Election, in a packed Metropolitan Cathedral and Basilica