- Sep 27, 2020
A new document driven by a fresh approach taken by the official Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue commission reflects a major development in ecumenism where difference is not cause for suspicion or reproach, but is used as an enriching opportunity for mutual listening, learning and conversion.
Prince Charles has been asked to give a witness statement to a public inquiry into how abuse allegations against a pedophile Anglican bishop were handled.
Anglican and Catholic leaders in the UK are teaming up to fight modern-day slavery through a free app that helps identify forced labor at car washes.
The Catholic Church, Australia’s largest denomination, on Wednesday became the first non-government institution to commit to the 3.8 billion Australian dollar ($2.9 billion) national plan to compensate victims of child sex abuse.
A chapel at a Christian college was vandalized in India’s capital on Friday, and the national student union has said it is an attempt to “polarize” the community.
The preserved heart of Dublin’s patron saint has been recovered by police, nearly six years after it was stolen from a church in the city.