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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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Christians who manufacture arms or invest in the arms industry are hypocrites, Pope Francis said during his two-day visit to Turin.
A Catholic youth festival in Scotland has been cancelled due to lack of demand. “Stirling 2015” had been due to be held at the city’s university at the end of July and was aiming to replicate some of the spirit of World Youth Day. It was designed for Catholics aged 14- to 25-years old and was going to include talks on faith, prayer, worship, workshops and social events.
An order of nuns has upset residents of a care home for the elderly by announcing they are no longer going to run the institution because the costs of upgrading the building are too great.
Kofi Annan and the Environment Secretary Liz Truss have welcomed Pope Francis’ encyclical that urges politicians, big business and individuals to drastically reduce their carbon emissions to slow down climate change and other damage to the environment.
Pope Francis has urged the world to embark upon a revolutionary ethical rethink and change of heart in its relationship with the planet.
Pope Francis' encyclical on the care for the environment was launched today at the Vatican. In it he urged the world to embark upon a revolutionary ethical rethink and change of heart in its relationship with the planet.
Pope Francis' encyclical on the care of the environment, Laudato Si’ is being presented at the Vatican.
Jeb Bush on Tuesday became the second Catholic Republican presidential candidate to play down Pope Francis’ encyclical on care for the environment.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for urgent action to tackle climate change, on the eve of a landmark encyclical on the environment by Pope Francis.
In an address to the body that represents most of the trade unions in the US, Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington said that it was important always to respect picket lines.