- Apr 16, 2021
As Liverpool prepares to host a national Eucharistic Congress, people are looking at the last such event to take place in England: The 1908 International Eucharistic Congress in London.
An environmental waste company in London had a surprise discovery last week when they uncovered a reliquary in the garbage containing a bone of St. Clement, a Church Father and the fourth pope.
A former nanny has announced she will launch a legal challenge to quash the first “buffer zone” around a U.K. abortion clinic.
After a London borough passed an ordinance earlier this month establishing a buffer zone around a local abortion clinic, Bishop Philip Egan of Portsmouth said he was concerned by the unjust measure.
As a London borough considers adopting a buffer zone around its abortion clinic to keep pro-life activists at a distance, one such group says the measure would discriminate against women who are helped through prayer and support vigils.
Cardinal Charles Bo of Myanmar said the Rohingya are a stateless people spurned in his country because of “propaganda” and “hate speech” among the Buddhist majority, and they’re also often victims of human trafficking.
The Santa Marta Group was born in London in 2014, and brings together “top cops” from around the world with Catholic activists, especially nuns, leading the anti-human trafficking charge.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols, whose diocese covers the Parsons Green Underground station where a terrorist bombing took place, praised the emergency services who tended to the victims as well as the residents and workers in the area who offered them safety and comfort. No one was killed, but several people were injured.