Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster and Archbishop Malcolm McMahon of Liverpool on Oct. 31 said that the government’s plan to halt collective worship would cause “deep anguish.”
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The Becket Fund released Nov. 17 its second annual Religious Freedom Index, a study tracking Americans’ perspectives on religious freedom.
Hancock insisted that the new regulations did not constitute a legal change on assisted suicide.
Bishop Marcus Stock of Leeds urged Johnson to amend the restrictions that come into force Nov. 5 to enable public worship to continue.
As California faces another wave of lockdowns and restrictions, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco is making the sacraments available to the faithful any way he can.