- Sep 18, 2020
Holy Communion is exclusively for Catholics in a state of grace and not something to be shared between friends like beer or cake, said a former senior adviser to two popes.
In New York to promote anti-human trafficking initiatives, Cardinal Vincent Nichols says ending slavery will require a partnership between the Church and the state.
British Cardinal Vincent Nichols and Kevin Hyland, Britain’s first independent anti-slavery commissioner, accepted the Path to Peace Award on behalf of the Santa Marta Group on Wednesday evening.
Ahead of Ireland’s abortion referendum on Friday, pro-life and pro-abortion rights debaters have squared off in a country where voters will be asked to remove constitutional protections for the unborn, known as the Eighth Amendment.
The Conservative Party member of the British parliament Jacob Rees-Mogg is in the spotlight this week for recent comments he made regarding anti-religious bigotry in the public square.
Unborn children will have less protection than some animals under Irish law if the country’s Eighth Amendment is overturned, warned an Irish bishop ahead of Ireland’s May 25th abortion referendum.