- Mar 4, 2021
Ireland’s top prelate has called on political parties in Ireland to “recognize very differing perspectives” as the island marks the centenary of partition and the establishment of Northern Ireland.
The Scottish government should withdraw parts of a hate crime bill because of the risk it will lead to the prosecution of people solely for disagreeing with gender ideology and same-sex marriage, said Catholic and Protestant leaders.
Medical orders against attempting to resuscitate patients with learning disabilities during the latest COVID-19 lockdown in the UK are “wholly unacceptable and immoral,” said the bishops of England and Wales.
England’s bishops are urging people to speak to their families and loved ones about their organ donation decisions.
Ireland’s bishops say proposed “Dying with Dignity” legislation would “not only encourage the acceptance of assisted suicide but significantly weaken the protections against the non-consensual killing of particularly vulnerable classes of persons.”
Kevin Duckett was near a pond close to the English town of Market Harborough with his metal detector when it began to buzz like mad.
Dublin’s archbishop is warning that Ireland has “become desensitized to knife violence” after a series of stabbings in the country.
British pop legend Engelbert Humperdinck has thanked his fans for their prayers for his wife Patricia after she lost her fight with COVID-19 on Feb. 4.