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Print edition 01.10.10

Much of The Catholic Herald’s content – letters, reviews, news, extra comment and features – is not available online. This week, pilgrims recount their experiences of the papal visit; Anna Arco speaks to Paschal Uche, the student from east London who introduced the Pope to a crowd of 2,500 young people; and Fr Christopher Jamison says that Benedict XVI, the teaching Pope, has left Britain with homework. Robin Baird-Smith, meanwhile, is astonished by the elegance and subtlety of Newman’s prose.

Eternal City marks 100th anniversary of the nun’s birth

Museum holds an exact copy of the world-famous burial cloth

In his first pastoral letter, Bishop Mark Davies calls faithful to a year of prayer to Mary

Archbishop Nichols also talks of being ‘engulfed by joy’ as he travelled with the Pope in the popemobile

Newlyweds visit the Pope

Each week, several pairs of newlyweds from around the world come to Rome for the Pope to bless

Vatican website now offers chance to tour the tomb of St Peter and the Vatican necropolis without having to travel to Rome

Archbishop Blazquez, former bishops’ conference president, is appointed apostolic visitor of Regnum Christi

Mark Greaves visits traditionalists in Orkney who are about to enter into full communion with Rome after decades of estrangement

A few hours before returning to Rome, Pope meets employees and their families