- Jan 22, 2020
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s pledge to end all support for coal-fired power plants overseas has been welcomed by CAFOD, England’s Catholic development aid agency.
An Irish bishop has offered to mediate between feuding criminal gangs in Drogheda in an effort to end violence that has claimed three lives in six months.
A call for church bells to ring out when Britain leaves the European Union has been attacked by a Church of England bishop as being “tacky.”
Christian leaders across Northern Ireland’s sectarian divide have welcomed an agreement ending a three-year impasse on forming a government for the region.
In his New Year’s message, England’s top prelate condemned anti-Semitic graffiti in London, and called on all people to “shun all forms and expressions of hatred against others.”
Two popes and multiple priests, cardinals and archbishops received part of $600,000 in financial gifts from former Washington Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, who controlled a discretionary fund, according to a report published Dec. 27 by The Washington Post.