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Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Westminster Diocese releases video of Papal Visit
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The Diocese of Westminster has released a long-awaited video film celebrating the Papal Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Britain, which took place in September 2010.

Seen through the eyes of priests, parishes and people, the 20-minute film tells the story of the two days Pope Benedict XVI spent in the Diocese of Westminster. 'Pope Benedict XVI: The Papal Visit, in the Diocese of Westminster' covers events including  the Big Assembly, held at St Mary's College Twickenham, the Papal Mass at Westminster Cathedral and the  Prayer Vigil in Hyde Park. It includes interviews with the choir of Maria Fidelis School, Camden, Fr Christopher Jamison, blogger Claz Gomez,  Paschal Uche who presented the Pope with a symbol of Youth Ministry, Archbishop Vincent Nichols and the parishes of Mary Immaculate and St Gregory's Barnet  and of St Mary's, Chelsea.

The film can be viewed online at

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