- Sep 18, 2020
Ireland is home to “cultural Catholics” who are not “Catholics by conviction,” according to the Bishop of Kilmore.
One of the best-known writers of the early 20th century could also be a model of sanctity, but the priest charged with compiling a report on the potential of sainthood for G.K. Chesterton says the Church has to determine how much ‘devotion’ to him exists, rather than simple ‘admiration.’
For this year’s Day for Life, the Catholic Church in England and Wales is raising awareness about human trafficking and other forms of modern slavery.
A new pro-life office in the Archdiocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh – the first such office in a Scottish diocese – aims to promote a pro-life consensus in the country.
In the wake of Ireland’s May 25 referendum legalizing abortion in the country, the Irish bishops have announced they will establish a new Council for Life next March.
A Scottish parliament human rights committee will hear testimony on assisted suicide, which Catholic officials say could be the beginning of a new campaign to legalize the practice in the country.