- Ties that bind
Scots are soon to vote on independence. This week, in the first of two articles examining the implications of the ballot for the two countries, a writer steeped in the cultural and linguistic links between Scotland and England argues that they are indivisible
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Dr Paul Bhatti, the former Pakistani Minister of National Harmony and Minority Affairs, has been forced to flee Pakistan amid renewed death threats from the Islamic militant groups believed to be responsible for the assassination of his brother, the politician Shahbaz Bhatti.
The Church of England today voted overwhelmingly to fast track legislation to ordain women bishops, opting to halve the amount of time that individual dioceses have to debate the proposals.
A four-year-old girl has personally urged King Philippe of Belgium not to sign the law that would extend euthanasia to under-18s.
The Archbishop of York has warned that unless employers to pay their staff a living wage millions of low-paid workers could be left in poverty despite the economy beginning to pick up.
Pope Francis has praised the zeal of the Neocatechumenal Way, but has told the movement it should not impose its distinctively Spanish-Italian model of Church on other cultures or insist on following practices that are frowned upon by local bishops.
Pope Francis has appointed a university chaplain and vocations director as the new Bishop of Paisley.
The Former Home Secretary, Charles Clarke, has criticised the “disgraceful” behaviour of secularists in the run up to Pope Benedict XVI’s 2010 visit citing them as a spur for him to organise a series of debates on the role of faith in public life.
The Legion of Christ has attempted to put behind it the scandal surrounding its disgraced founder by announcing a new superior and governing council and apologising to his victims.
A Catholic newspaper in South Africa has published an editorial condemning legislation against homosexuals in some African countries that has been supported by the Churches there.
The Catholic children’s charity Cabrini is under pressure to balance its books after running at a loss for at least a decade.