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Pope Benedict XVI has announced his resignation today, here is his full statement.
A wreath laying ceremony will today remember the 21 Sikh soldiers who died defending an outpost in 1897.
A face that is thought to be that of Jesus Christ has appeared in a cushion in Coventry.
A member of staff spotted the face on Wednesday afternoon but thought little of it.
The next day, when the image was still there, the whole office started to investigate.
Members of the society began to think a little more of the face in the cushion as they were approaching the Easter weekend.
A local priest who visited the site believes it is a religious phenomenon and has given it a blessing.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has officially been enthroned as the service in Canterbury comes to an end.
The archbishop delivered a final blessing to the congregation as the procession was led out of the cathedral.
The Most Rev Justin Welby has arrived at Canterbury Cathedral for his enthronement.
Prime Minister David Cameron, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are among those watching as the Most Rev Welby becomes the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Justin Welby is to be officially installed as the Archbishop of Canterbury today.
Archbishop Welby was ordained in Coventry and spent fifteen years there serving the people of Coventry and Warwickshire.
He visited the city last week during his tour of the country, leading up to his enthronement.
He told to ITV News Social Affairs Editor Penny Marshall that the UK should encourage companies like, "some of the great companies of the past like Cadbury's, who have a deep sense of social utility and social value," to help those on the lowest wages.
The Rt Rev Justin Welby was working as an oil executive when he became "unable to get away from a sense of God calling".
Twenty-five years later, in 2012, he is to be named the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.
He was made a deacon in 1992 after training for ordained ministry at Cranmer Hall in Durham where he took a degree in theology, serving later as a curate in Nuneaton.
He rose through the church ranks to become the Dean of Liverpool before he was named as the Bishop of Durham, a role he held for less than a year before being named as the next Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Rt Rev Welby and his wife Caroline have had six children, one of whom - their seven-month-old daughter and first-born, Johanna - died in a car crash in France in 1983.
The Archbishop of Birmingham has tonight welcomed the election of Pope Francis as the new head of the Catholic Church.
The Most Reverend Bernard Longley, Archbishop of Birmingham said:
_"This is wonderful news for the Church in all parts of the world. It is an imaginative and inspiring choice that now sets the tone and direction for the Church's mission. Pope Francis' simple appeal for our prayers and his humility have already touched people. _
I look forward to the steer we shall all receive through his example and the way he approaches the Petrine ministry. I know that everybody in the Archdiocese of Birmingham will rejoice at this news and will gladly pray for our new Holy Father."
During the season of Lent which begins today, we renew our commitment to the path of conversion, making more room for God in our lives.