- Sep 25, 2020
In a case reminiscent of Charlie Gard, the parents of a gravely ill 20-month-old boy in Liverpool are asking to be allowed to take him to the Vatican-owned Bambino Gesù children’s hospital in Rome.
Pubs in the Republic of Ireland will now be allowed to sell alcohol on Good Friday, after the lower house of the Irish legislature voted in favor of the measure on Thursday.
Removing constitutional protections for the unborn in Ireland would give the government a “blank check” to impose any abortion regime it wanted, according to the head of the bishops’ bioethics committee.
Dr. Seuss’s ‘Horton Hear a Who’ teaches lessons of forgiveness to children in post-conflict Northern Ireland.
A proposal to end the ability of Catholic schools in Ireland to give preference to Catholic children is causing fears over the increasing secularization of society in the majority-Catholic country.
Bishop Brendan Leahy is warning that the greatest danger in the fight against abuse is to “relax and believe that the worst is in some way behind us.”