- May 6, 2021
Elderly people are being left to die in Britain’s nursing homes instead of being offered care in hospitals, said a priest and former surgeon.
In Britain, the government told all local authorities to get homeless people off the streets during the lockdown, and local hotels have been used to house those who had been living on the streets.
England’s national Catholic chaplain for gypsies, Roma and Travellers says a new television documentary will only “reinforce … prejudice” against the communities.
Clergy from the Archdiocese of Birmingham are training to be chaplains in the emergency “Nightingale hospital” being prepared to deal with the expected overflow of patients caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
As England prepares to celebrate Holy Week, the secretary of the bishops’ conference liturgy office says the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is making everyone “aware now that they are in this together.”
The Archdiocese of Liverpool has given £20,000 [$24,500] to help pay for personal protective equipment for Britain’s National Health Service.
English Catholics rededicated their country as Mary’s Dowry “in the eye of the storm” of the coronavirus pandemic.