- May 28, 2020
Catholic leaders in England are urging the UK government to tackle the “known structural inequalities” that are causing ethnic minorities to suffer disproportionately from the effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The bishop liaison to the Catholic Police Guild of England and Wales has warned against “a show of heavy-handedness” in the enforcement of coronavirus lockdown rules in the country.
More Brits are turning to prayer during the coronavirus lockdown, and nearly a quarter of people in the United Kingdom have watched or listened to a religious service since the lockdown began.
Catholic leaders have called on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to offer asylum seeker and other “insecure” immigrants the ability to live freely and work in the UK during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.