- Jan 17, 2020
A call for church bells to ring out when Britain leaves the European Union has been attacked by a Church of England bishop as being “tacky.”
Christian leaders across Northern Ireland’s sectarian divide have welcomed an agreement ending a three-year impasse on forming a government for the region.
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.”
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made a call of solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world during a Christmas video released on Dec. 24.
Bishop Gavin Ashenden of the Christian Episcopal Church will become a Catholic Dec. 22 in Shrewsbury cathedral.
No one is obliged to cooperate with Northern Ireland’s new abortion legislation, according to the Catholic bishops of the province.