Merseyside's Euro-saint

2nd July 2004 at 01:00
A Liverpool school hopes to improve its image by swapping the local saint in its title for a European one. The secondary has been known for 50 years as St John Almond school, after a Merseyside-born Catholic martyr, but is now changing its name to St Benedict's Catholic college, after the patron saint of Europe.

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