- Jan 17, 2020
A scandal involving a British anti-poverty charity in Haiti has impacted CAFOD, the Catholic international aid agency for England and Wales.
A star soccer player in England is considering his legal options after a previous employer allegedly accused him of using “voodoo” in his decision to leave his team.
A Catholic deacon in the United Kingdom has been awarded the British Empire Medal for his work serving seafarers and rescuing trafficking victims over the last eight years.
An English and a Scottish bishop said the situation of migrants waiting in the French port of Calais for the opportunity to cross the English Channel into the United Kingdom had become increasingly perilous since the clearance of an illegal migrants’ camp known as “The Jungle” a year ago.
The Catholic Education Service, an agency of the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, has advised more than 2,200 schools to revise their policies to take account of a government adjudicator’s decision not to use “mother” and “father” on forms, because the terms discriminated against “separated, step- and gay parents.”
The Archdiocese of Cardiff says a misunderstanding at a pub in Wales has led to a moment of evangelization. A group of seminarians aroused the curiosity of the regular patrons of the local establishment, who had originally thought they were pretending to be priests for fun.