'The Catholic Church in Poland' returned 4 result(s)

The Catholic Church is like a plane with metal fatigue that needs to be grounded and fixed if it is to continue delivering its passengers safely, according to one of its most indefatigable critics, the former Irish president Mary McAleese. 

The Catholic Church has joined senior former ministers in welcoming a new commitment from the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to divert vulnerable women in the criminal justice system away from custodial sentences through rehabilitation and the provision of tailored support.

Poland's Catholic Church has welcomed a government decision to modify a new law imposing prison sentences for blaming Poles for the Holocaust, following complaints by Western governments and Jewish organisations.

New York rabbi David Rosen has responded with concern to the Pope’s signature on Monday of a decree recognising the “heroic virtues” of Cardinal August Hlond (1881-1948), at the recommendation of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Causes of Saints


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