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17/07/2018 2:12 pm

Always and Everywhere

What has the "Father of Railways" - the Victorian engineer George Stephenson - got to do with Catholic Eucharistic congresses? Well, Monsignor John Allen - this month's podcast guest - gives us the answer.

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24/08/2018 10:00 am

Diary: Day Two

It was a good day for team England and Wales at the World Meeting of Families. Starting with a workshop and ending with a book launch, the delegation were truly able to showcase all the fantastic marriage and family life ministry that takes place in England and Wales. 

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Diary: Day One

Delegates from England and Wales have had a jam packed first full day at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin. Opening today, an exhibition of 200 stands from charities and groups from all over the world gave the group plenty to explore.

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06/06/2018 4:00 pm

‘Health charges are harming patients’ – Catholic Bishop warns health secretary

The Catholic Bishop with responsibility for migration and asylum has called on Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to suspend the new charging regime for non-UK citizens receiving healthcare.

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31/07/2018 2:00 pm

Response following Supreme Court ruling to back agreed end of life decisions

Bishop John Wilson responds to the Supreme Court ruling to back agreed end of life decisions. The UK’s highest court has ruled that legal permission will no longer be required to end care for patients in a permanent vegetative state.

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07/06/2018 12:00 pm

Pope Francis appeals to Catholics in England and Wales to ‘open (their) eyes’ and ‘hear (the) cry’ of human trafficking victims

As the Catholic Church in England and Wales prepares for Day for Life on Sunday 17 June, Pope Francis has sent a special message to Catholics in England and Wales asking them to break the chains of captivity of those who have been trafficked and to “bring comfort to those who have survived such inhumanity.”

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