- Jan 13, 2021
Catholic organizations across the UK have condemned a decision to cut the overseas aid budget by nearly a third.
England’s Catholic bishops say they are “delighted” that public worship will resume when the national COVID-19 lockdown expires on Dec. 2.
A man who twice defecated in the churchyard of a Catholic Church in England has appeared in court.
One of world soccer’s most successful managers gave credit to his Catholic upbringing for preparing him for the challenges of the professional game.
Northern Ireland’s decision to close churches for two weeks beginning Nov. 27 is a “great disappointment,” according to Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland.
England’s top prelate expressed his “profound sorrow and apologies” on Friday, after he was personally singled out in a scathing report on clerical sexual abuse in the Catholic Church in England and Wales.