- Dec 2, 2020
Britain’s government said Monday that it has decided against holding a public inquiry into the murder more than three decades ago of a Belfast attorney who specialized in defending Irish Republican Army suspects.
Catholic organizations across the UK have condemned a decision to cut the overseas aid budget by nearly a third.
England’s Catholic bishops say they are “delighted” that public worship will resume when the national COVID-19 lockdown expires on Dec. 2.
A man who twice defecated in the churchyard of a Catholic Church in England has appeared in court.
Northern Ireland’s decision to close churches for two weeks beginning Nov. 27 is a “great disappointment,” according to Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland.