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Pope to sell Lamborghini sports car to raise money for imperilled Christians of Iraq

  A brand-new special edition Lamborghini Huracan sports car presented to Pope Francis is to be auctioned off to raise money for Iraqi Christians. Part of the funds raised from the Sotheby’s auction will go to Catholic charity Aid to the Church […]

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Christian teacher faces disciplinary action for referring to pupil born female as a ‘girl’

  A respected Christian maths teacher at a school in Oxfordshire will appear at a disciplinary hearing to answer allegations that he referred to a pupil born female as a “girl”. Joshua Sutcliffe, from Oxford, began working at the school […]

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CAFOD selected as ‘charity of the year’ by Catholic students of Chester University

  Students at Chester University’s Catholic Society, affectionately known by its members as ‘CathSoc’, have announced the overseas development charity CAFOD as their charity of the year. One of CAFOD’s local representatives in Chester, Bridget Fenwick, visited a CathSoc meeting […]

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Bishops call for establishment of Palestinian state on centenary of the Balfour Declaration

Catholic and Anglican bishops have called for a two-state solution to strife between the Israeli and the Palestinian peoples. They used the centenary of the Balfour Declaration – when Britain publicly committed itself to supporting the establishment of a Jewish […]

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Joint statement from the bishops of England, Wales and Scotland to mark 50th anniversary of the passage of the 1967 Abortion Act

  Statement on Abortion This statement, published by the Catholic Bishops of England, Wales and Scotland is addressed primarily to the Catholics of our countries, but more broadly to all people who seek to uphold the dignity of human life […]

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Romiley parish to become first in Diocese of Shrewsbury to welcome families of refugees from the Syrian War

  At least two families of refugees from the Syrian War are to be welcomed by a parish in the Diocese of Shrewsbury. The move will make the Church of Our Lady and St Christopher in Romiley, near Stockport, the […]

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