- May 6, 2021
While many people might be celebrating Shrove Tuesday by having one last night out on the town before Lent – or follow the English tradition of having pancakes – thousands of people will descend on the town of Ashbourne to watch – or participate in – one of the most unique sporting events in the world.
A scandal involving a British anti-poverty charity in Haiti has impacted CAFOD, the Catholic international aid agency for England and Wales.
A Catholic bioethics institute warned the Scottish government that children will be at increased risk of harm under proposed changes to the law on gender recognition.
A bishop in Ireland is praising the country’s supreme court for striking down a law preventing asylum seekers from working but says more must be done to protect their human dignity.
Few people have considered how communities and nations actually tolerate and encourage human trafficking, particularly as it relates to prostitution, Pope Francis said on Friday.
A prominent Catholic lawyer has expressed concern that local governments are considering exclusion zones around abortion clinics, with no proof anyone is harassing pregnant women.
The parents of a 20-month-old baby with a rare brain disorder have told a British court they want their baby to die at home if he is not allowed to be transferred to a Vatican-owned children’s hospital in Rome.
In a case reminiscent of Charlie Gard, the parents of a gravely ill 20-month-old boy in Liverpool are asking to be allowed to take him to the Vatican-owned Bambino Gesù children’s hospital in Rome.