Pope's €100,000 donation will help young couples in Syria who decide to get married 'despite the crisis' says Aleppo priest16 March 2017 | by Rose Gamble
A donation of €100,000 made by the Pope for the poor in Aleppo will be given to the hundreds of young couples who have decided to get married ‘despite the crisis in Syria,’ confirms parish priest in Aleppo...
The Institute of St Anselm in Margate, Kent, an international training centre for leaders, formators and evangelisers in the Catholic Church, is relocating to Rome, following a Home Office letter revoking its licence for student visas, writes Carina Murphy.
The Church’s commitment to pay compensation to abuse victims “cannot be reneged on”, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin has stated.
The President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, and the Primate of All Ireland, Archbishop Eamon Martin, led tributes to the former Bishop of Galway, Eamonn Casey, who died this week aged 89.
Church of England clergy have spoken of their disappointment at Anglo-Catholic Bishop Philip North’s decision to decline the See of Sheffield following a backlash over his position on the ordination of women, writes Carina Murphy.
A leading Scottish politician has revealed plans to “chip away” at Catholic education. Tommy Sheppard (above), SNP MP for Edinburgh East, was recorded at a Humanist Society Scotland (HSS) fringe event at the 2016 SNP Conference saying that he wanted to end mandatory representation by faith groups on local authority education committees and that he wanted to help achieve a completely secular school system in Scotland.
One of Australia’s three commercial free-to-air television networks has expressed concern about a ruling that an advertisement produced by a Christian group, directing viewers to an anti-abortion website, is a political advertisement.
Myanmar’s cardinal has defended his country’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi from international critics who say she has failed to speak out against a violent crackdown on Myanmar’s Rohingya minority by the country’s military, writes Ellen Teague.
The United Nations says the world is facing the largest humanitarian crisis since the end of the Second World War, with starvation and famine threatening more than 20 million people in Nigeria, East Africa and Yemen.
The leaders of the Catholic and Protestant Churches in Germany, Cardinal Reinhard Marx (above right) and Bishop Heinrich Bedford-Strohm (above left), celebrated an ecumenical service of Repentance and Reconciliation at Hildesheim on 11 March with German political leaders.
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