Trinity Communications has released a new website: CatholicReference.net. which houses a complete Modern Catholic Dictionary (authored by the late Fr. John A. Hardon) in cooperation with Eternal Life. The dictionary is presented in a simple but attractiread more
Referring to an announcement that Glasgow City Council had lost its appeal against the judgement of an Employment Tribunal in favour of Mr D McNab, Michael McGrath, Director of the Scottish Catholic Education Service, made the following statement: “read more
On 27th June 2007 the Pope received prelates of the Episcopal Conference of Togo, who have just completed their “ad limina” visit.
After highlighting the African prelates’ commitment “to protecting and respecting life,”read more
ZENIT reports that pressure is mounting for the new power-sharing government in Northern Ireland to align its abortion laws with the rest of the United Kingdom. U.K. Members of Parliament are calling for an extension of the 1967 Abortion Act into Northernread more
Marriage and family life continue to suffer the inroads of contemporary society. In England the number of women giving birth outside of marriage has risen by 22% in the last 5 years. According to a June 29 report published by the Daily Mail newspaper, in read more
Scotland’s two most senior Catholics, Cardinal Keith O’Brien and Archbishop Mario Conti, are urging Prime Minister Gordon Brown to review new legislation that would diminish the role of fathers. In their July 13 letter, Cardinal O’Brien and Archread more
In his weekly letter, Archbishop Agustin Garcia-Gasco of Valencia said those who support the absolutism of the State in the area of education are violating the country’s constitution and basic human rights.
“In many places in Spain,̶read more
The task of the Church is to develop the human person’s God-given ability to listen to the voice of truth, said Pope Benedict XVI during a question-and-answer session with 400 priests of the dioceses of Belluno-Feltre and Treviso where he was nearinread more
Pope Benedict XVI, praying the midday Angelus with crowds gathered at Castel Gandolfo on 29th July 2007, urged nuclear disarmament, suggesting that resources thus saved could be used to help the poor. Recalling the second article of the agency’s stread more
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