- May 26, 2020
After authorities confirmed the owner of Leicester City Football Club died in a helicopter crash on Saturday, religious leaders in the city were among those who offered their condolences.
Exit polls indicated Irish voters were expected to repeal the Republic of Ireland’s constitutional prohibition against blasphemy.
It took “far too long” for the Church to understand that both sexual abuse and its cover-up “will no longer be tolerated,” according to the bishop opening the annual conference of the National Board for Safeguarding Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland.
Ireland’s government has approved a forensic excavation of a Catholic-run orphanage where a mass grave containing the remains of hundreds of children was discovered.
Archbishop Eamon Martin of Armagh, Ireland, has been hanging around with Pope Francis a lot lately, both in Dublin for the World Meeting of Families and now in Rome for the Synod of Bishops.
Victims of human trafficking are being held in indefinite detention by the British government, according to a new report by the Jesuit Refugee Service in the UK.