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November 8, 2016

Christian couple barred from adoption over views on same-sex parenting

The foster parents believe that children need a mother and a father A British couple have been barred from adopting their foster children because of their “concerning” views about same-sex…
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November 5, 2016

Popular Liverpool priest and broadcaster dies aged 81

Fr John Thompson once drove an ambulance from Liverpool to Ethiopia, stopping in Rome for the Pope to bless it A well-loved Liverpool priest has passed away at the age…
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November 4, 2016

Descendant of Pope Clement XII killed in road accident in London

Italian prince Filippo Corisini died when his bicycle collided with a lorry in central London An Italian aristocrat and descendant of a pope died after he crashed into a lorry…
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October 29, 2016

Five breathtaking British pilgrimage sites off the beaten track

Pilgrimages are rising in popularity once more; here are some that deserve more attention During this year many readers will have visited some of the well-known sites of pilgrimage throughout…
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October 10, 2016

Archbishop of Canterbury to preach at the close of Year of Mercy in Westminster Cathedral

The Church of England leader has been invited to speak at a service in Westminster Cathedral In an email to priests, the Diocese of Westminster has said Archbishop Justin Welby…
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August 13, 2016

The revival no one expected

Britain’s Syro-Malabar Catholics, soon to grace the city of Preston with a long-deserved cathedral, seem to be having something of a breakout moment. In June, the ordination of a deacon…
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July 13, 2016

Scottish bishops urge British Government not to renew Trident weapons system

The British government must take “decisive and courageous steps” toward ridding the country of nuclear weapons, said the Catholic bishops of Scotland. All eight bishops issued a joint statement calling…
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July 12, 2016

Cardinal Nichols congratulates Theresa May on her imminent appointment as Prime Minister

Cardinal Vincent Nichols has congratulated Theresa May on her imminent appointment as Prime Minister. In a letter, the Archbishop of Westminster said he was “only too aware of the magnitude…
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