- Mar 6, 2021
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.
A new government-commissioned report calling for new laws to tackle extremism has received support from the president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales.
Wall paintings dating back to the 19th century have been discovered at Shrewsbury Cathedral in western England.
Medical orders against attempting to resuscitate patients with learning disabilities during the latest COVID-19 lockdown in the UK are “wholly unacceptable and immoral,” said the bishops of England and Wales.
England’s bishops are urging people to speak to their families and loved ones about their organ donation decisions.
As the COVID-19 pandemic causes a health and economic crisis in countries around the world, a new report says governments should see the Catholic Church as a partner in delivering aid and promoting other humanitarian projects.
An English bishop is calling on the UK government to offer more humanitarian assistance to those affected by the ongoing conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, as well as intensify its efforts at brokering a peace.
Catholic leaders in the UK reiterated their opposition to the definition of assisted nutrition and hydration as medical treatment, “which has now become the basis of medical and legal decisions to withdraw assisted nutrition and hydration from patients.”