- Jun 18, 2021
Bishops in the UK are calling on G7 leaders to “build back a fairer, greener, global economy” in the post-COVID world.
England and Wales face “the very real threat” of assisted suicide becoming law, the bishops warned Catholics on the eve of the introduction of new bill to legalize the practice.
Bishops in the UK are speaking out against the British government’s New Plan for Immigration, which they claim will create a “two-tier” system for asylum seekers.
Taking on his new position as head of the Caritas Social Action Network (CSAN), Raymond Friel has been immediately faced with the challenge of how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting’s the Church’s social ministry.
Refugees and asylum seekers in the United Kingdom say they are “not seen, heard, or recognized,” according to a new report published by the Jesuit Refugee Service.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols has offered his prayers for the repose of the soul of Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Friday at the age of 99.
A decision to allow a 5-year-old child to die against the wishes of her mother “does not acknowledge or afford her the inherent human dignity with which she was born,” according to the English bishops’ conference.
England’s top Catholic prelate has welcomed reports of an investigation by the U.S. government into the labor practices at Boohoo, a UK online fashion retailer which sources from factories in Leicester.