Bishop Mark Davies
October 20, 2021
Shrewsbury, England, Oct 19, 2021 / 05:55 am A Catholic bishop called on Tuesday for greater recognition of the last rites as an “emergency service” in the wake of the killing of British lawmaker Sir David Amess. Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury, western England, made the appeal on Oct. 19 after police reportedly turned away a priest
May 24, 2021
Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury is urging “all those who value the sanctity of human life and desire the best care and support for the sick and dying” to oppose an “assisted dying” Bill that is expected to be introduced into the House of Lords on Wednesday. “The Bill comes at the end of a
April 03, 2021
The Easter Liturgy declares this to be "the light of Christ rising in glory" dispelling the darkness of all hearts and minds and making the life of grace possible for us.
July 06, 2020
Bishop Mark Davies has said that parishes have seen “dramatic fall” in income as a result of the coronavirus lockdown
May 14, 2018
The Bishop of Shrewsbury accused the government of betraying its manifesto promise on Catholic schools
April 02, 2018
Bishop Davies said that mortal sin, or 'a lifestyle in contradiction with our Christian calling', must be confessed and repented before receiving the Eucharist
February 08, 2018
Brexit negotiations are a 'small issue' compared to repairing family life, Bishop Davies said
December 06, 2017
Bishop Mark Davies urged Catholics in his diocese to visit and adore the Blessed Sacrament
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