- Aug 3, 2020
The Catholic Church has failed to defend Christians effectively, partly because it historically accepted persecution as part of its “community story,” a Vatican official said.
Several Catholic leaders have joined an interfaith call for the British government to cancel the debt of the world’s poorest 77 countries.
Ireland’s leading Catholic development aid agency is urging the Irish and UK governments to help the developing world rebuild their societies and economies in a “just and sustainable way.”
Britain marked the one-year anniversary of the publication of groundbreaking report on the persecution of Christians by announcing the first wave of designations under the UK’s new sanctions regime for those involved in religious persecution.
A proposed amendment to the Domestic Abuse Bill would lead to abortion on demand until the 28th week of pregnancy in England and Wales, according to pro-life leaders.
Britain’s immigration detention system fosters a “culture of death” and the practice should be ended, according the country’s leading Catholic refugee agency.