- Jun 3, 2020
MANCHESTER, England — European funding for Catholic aid agencies based in the U.K. could be withdrawn if the British people vote to leave the EU in late June, said an English bishop. Auxiliary Bishop William Kenney of Birmingham said groups such as CAFOD, the overseas aid agency of the Catholic
Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of the Greek Catholic Church in Ukraine says of Russian policy: “If a big country has a right to invade a small neighbor, international law does not exist.”
When Trump and Clinton square off, here’s a question: “Do you recognize the U.S. has a clear strategic interest in supporting Christians and other minority communities in the Middle East?”
Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati of Santiago, Chile, says the nuns “are the city’s uplifted arms to intercede before God for all of us, especially those who are suffering the most.”
A priest and organ donation champion says, “It’s significant he’s doing it in the Year of Mercy, following the call by Pope Francis to love each other without the barrier of caste or creed.”
As Nigerian Catholic leaders press to rescue their kidnap victims, they also struggle to be a voice of conscience amid a national political crisis related to slumping oil revenue.