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Message from the Archbishop of Westminster, H.E. Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor, to Mr and Mrs Fatayi-Williams, to be read on the occasion of the Requiem Mass of their son Anthony, a victim of the explosions in London on 7 July, held at Westminster Cathedral, midday 23 July.
23 July 2005

The Archbishop of Westminster has praised the tact and dedication of the police in dealing with the bereaved relatives of Londons bomb victims.
18 July 2005

The Cardinal at Westminster Cathedral yesterday led a two-minute silent commemoration of the 53 people killed by last week's bomb blasts. In the evening, he spoke at a mass vigil in Trafalgar Square.
15 July 2005

Stand beside these victims, with your gentle arm around them
14 July 2005

The Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor, will join other faith and community leaders at 6pm in Trafalgar Square on Thursday to remember the victims of last weeks bombings and their grieving families.
13 July 2005

The Archbishop of Westminster has this afternoon spoken of the need to stick firmly to peace to combat terrorism, while warning of the dangers of anger and scapegoating.
08 July 2005

I am horrified at the news of this terrible attack on innocent people.
07 July 2005

The Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor, has brought to a close a four-day conference at Worth Abbey with a survey of the signs of the times in modern Britain.
07 July 2005

Britains two cardinals led a march of more than 220,000 people dressed in white on Saturday who were demanding that when they meet at Gleneagles on Wednesday the G8 leaders fulfill the pledges they have made on global poverty.
04 July 2005

The Archbishop of Westminster has spoken to Terry Wogan on the eve of the Make Poverty History Rally in Edinburgh tomorrow of his hopes for next weeks meeting of G8 leaders at Gleneagles next week.

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor will be leading the Rally with the Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh, Cardinal Keith OBrien.
01 July 2005

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