The artifacts include a rosary owned by Marie Antoinette of France and a prayer book that belonged to a martyred courtier to King Henry VIII.
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A British one-day conference reveals that today’s coming-of-age millennials, whom the world has assumed would follow its way of thinking, appear to have other ideas...
Brentwood Cathedral was the first classical cathedral to be built in the country since the famous Anglican cathedral of St Paul’s London.
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has released prayers for the occasion.
Parish community coordinator Diane Williams said Jan. 4 that the request was intended to protect members of the community from infection and hospitalization.
In the report, published on Nov. 10, 2020, the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) urged the bishops to “request that the Holy See redraft the canonical crimes relating to child sexual abuse as crimes against the child.”
Bishop Marcus Stock of Leeds urged Johnson to amend the restrictions that come into force Nov. 5 to enable public worship to continue.
The Catholic Trust for England and Wales, the legal entity for the bishops’ conference, will receive almost $4 million from the Heritage Stimulus Fund.
Bishop Mark Davies comments, ‘This trial for the Church and the world will surely lead toward what is essential, and what is essential is Christ.’