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With the United Kingdom criticised for opting out of a European Union plan to resettle thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East, what should be the Christian response to immigration and does Scripture offer any guidance?
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- Pope in Latin America: Paraguay hopes Francis will make historic gesture of solidarity during three-nation trip
- Leading Catholics urge Duncan Smith to rethink further cuts ahead of emergency budget
- Anti-government protests ahead of Pope’s visit to South America
- Closure of London's Heythrop College puts Jesuit mission and 91 jobs at risk
- What is going on in Brentwood Diocese? Mike Lee
- What happens when you euthanase the mentally ill Sheila Hollins
- The argument between Greece and Germany is about far more than money Revd Dr Giles Fraser
Pope Francis urged top business and finance leaders meeting in London to address the “scandal of global inequality” and bring economic development and benefit to all people.
Pope Francis has joined with other Christian leaders to condemn the terror attacks that killed 38 people, at least 30 of them Britons, in Tunisia last Friday.
The president of the US bishops' conference called the Supreme Court's June 26 marriage ruling "a tragic error" and he urged Catholics to move forward with faith "in the unchanging truth about marriage being between one man and one woman."
A coalition of leading environmental charities will welcome Pope Francis’ encyclical letter on the need to care for the environment with a rally in Rome on Sunday.
There has been renewed criticism of the Good Friday Prayer in the Tridentine Rite that prays for Jews to recognise Jesus “as saviour of all men”.
Venezuela's Catholic Church has called on the Government to respond to students on hunger strike, who are demanding the release of 27 colleagues, arrested in connection with anti-government protests more than a year ago. There are reports from detention centres of inhumane conditions and suicide attempts.
The head of the Maronite Church has condemned the “international silence” over the suffering of Iraq's Christians, during a one-day visit to Erbil in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Heythrop College in London has announced it is to close as a higher education institution after more than 400 years.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols has attacked proposals to sell off social housing, warning that pricing Londoners out of their neighbourhoods is immoral.
Brentwood diocese has made 10 people redundant, and closed down most of its commissions, in an attempt to reduce a spending shortfall and to pursue a new way of evangelising, it announced this week.