October 29, 2021
Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Oct 28, 2021 / 12:00 pm An English bishop has said that a proposed anti-discrimination law could force an island’s Catholic schools to close. In a letter dated Oct. 23, Bishop Philip Egan said that the new policy “puts all Catholic schools in Guernsey under threat.” The island in the English Channel, which
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