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October 12, 2020
Staff Reporter
Tim Farron said that people 'need the solace of faith' and that churches had shown they can open safely
October 08, 2020
Melanie McDonagh
59 per cent of those responding said they support changing the law to allow terminally ill and incurably suffering adults the option of a legal assisted death.
October 07, 2020
Thomas Caddick
The SNP MP Margaret Ferrier attended Mass and read to the congregation the day after taking a coronavirus test in response to symptoms. Ferrier has faced calls to stand down from Parliament since it emerged last week that she had travelled 400 miles on a train from London to Glasgow despite having already received a
September 25, 2020
Staff Reporter
Nearly 700 Protestant ministers have written to political leaders urging them not to suspend Christian worship again
September 22, 2020
Staff Reporter
A spokesman for the cathedral confirmed the ceremony took place on September 12
September 22, 2020
Staff Reporter
Wedding ceremonies and receptions in England will be capped at just 15 people from Monday, the Prime Minister has announced
September 21, 2020
Thomas Caddick
A rare early edition of William Shakespeare’s last play, The Two Noble Kinsmen, has been recovered from Royal Scots College in Salamanca, Spain. Dr John Stone, a University of Barcelona researcher working on the Scottish economist Adam Smith, recovered the volume in the Scots college library. Royal Scots College is a seminary for the Catholic
September 17, 2020
Staff Reporter
The chair of governors at Westminster Cathedral Choir School has hit out at a widely circulated resignation letter from the cathedral's music administrator, describing it as “dishonest and misleading”.
September 17, 2020
CNA Staff
Sharing in Mary’s joy is 'the greatest antidote to fear and anxiety,' the outgoing rector of England’s national Marian shrine said on Saturday
September 15, 2020
Simon Caldwell
Catholic bishops said they were disappointed by figures showing abortions in England and Wales were at their highest recorded level
September 14, 2020
CNA Staff
Bishop Philip Egan of Portsmouth wrote to the people of his diocese on Sunday encouraging them to return to churches for Mass and private prayer