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September 03, 2021
September 03, 2021
A group committed to upholding the right to freedom of speech has threated a university with legal action after it “cancelled” a Catholic chaplain because of the views he expressed about abortion and assisted suicide. The Free Speech Union (FSU) said it will take the University of Nottingham to court unless it reversed its decision
September 03, 2021
The second Catholic president of the United States has spoken in defence of barbaric abortion
September 03, 2021
Leaders Vatican Trials Is vaccination a moral responsibility? Leading the next generation of Catholics Diary – Bevis Hillier Columns Standing firm and holding fast – Looking to Waugh for inspiration – Ken Craycraft Singing together again – Congregations are back, and in fine voice – Serenhedd James Losing the thread – How the Vatican hierarchy risks losing Catholicism’s historic
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