BOOK PICK: In God's Hands
In an exclusive Register interview, the Chinese archbishop discusses his concerns about reports of an impending agreement between Rome and Beijing.
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The British Medical Association voted at the end of June to decriminalize abortion.
NEWS ANALYSIS: So far there hasn’t been a direct attack on a Christian location, but the Islamic State has explicitly targeted Christians, and churches have taken security measures.
During a recent trip to London, the bishop discussed how the Islamist terrorists have devastated his diocese and why a vision of Jesus inspired him to fight back spiritually.
As the British prime minister renews fight against modern slavery, a leading Catholic campaigner is pleased that a new pontifical organization will fight this global scourge.
Archbishop Thomas Gullickson is the nuncio to Switzerland and Lichtenstein.
Poland doesn’t appear to be a leading target for Islamist terrorists, but recent attacks elsewhere in Europe and ISIS’ known hostility to the Pope and to ‘crusader’ countries have generated concerns.
With the Vatican’s apparent support, Cardinal Vincent Nichols discourages the liturgical practice promoted by Cardinal Robert Sarah.
In a July 5 address, the prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship also disclosed that Pope Francis has commissioned him to study a possible ‘reform of the reform’ of the liturgy.