- Dec 5, 2019
Proposed changes to Britain’s surrogacy laws would lead to the “further demeaning of pregnancy,” according to the leading Catholic bioethics center in the country.
All those involved at every level of safeguarding in the Church need to guard against complacency, according to the chairperson of the National Catholic Safeguarding Commission for England and Wales.
After 37 years, the statue of Our Lady of Luján used in the chapel for the Argentinian forces on the Falkland Islands will be going home in an act of reconciliation that will be personally blessed by Pope Francis.
Catholics in Ireland are being given a chance to vote on their favorite prayer during one of the largest outdoor festivals in the world.
Britain’s leading Catholic refugee agency is concerned after the death of a Nigerian man at an immigrant detention center last week.
Prince Charles will attend the Oct. 13 Canonization of Cardinal John Henry Newman at the Vatican.