- Apr 16, 2021
Italian Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Becciu, prefect of the Congregation for Saints’ Causes, denied allegations that money earmarked for helping the poor was used to invest in a London property deal.
Archbishop John Wilson of Southwark called Sunday’s terrorist stabbing attack in London “saddening and shocking.”
In his New Year’s message, England’s top prelate condemned anti-Semitic graffiti in London, and called on all people to “shun all forms and expressions of hatred against others.”
In the Italian media, the Vatican official seemingly being presented as the fall guy for the latest Vatican financial scandal is Cardinal Angelo Becciu, currently the prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, who was the number two official in the Secretariat of State when the transaction was initially made and who oversaw much of its subsequent history.
Vatileaks is turning into the Vatican’s own horror movie franchise.
An English cardinal has called on young people to get rid of their knives in an attempt to stem an epidemic of violence sweeping the United Kingdom.
Thousands of Christians are scheduled to hold a London rally against knife crime, and “speaking up for young people today, for their generosity and sense of justice,” according the Archbishop of Westminster.
A council in London could become the second local authority in the U.K. to approve an exclusion zone around an abortion clinic.