Politics & Society News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service August 01, 2018
Britain's highest court has ruled that doctors can withdraw food and fluid from patients who are in a vegetative state or minimally conscious without seeking permission from judges.
Politics & Society News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service July 05, 2018
An English bishop warned Catholics to be alert to the possible deliberate killings of seriously ill patients in state-funded hospitals.
Arts & Culture News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service June 21, 2018
A relic of bones of an early pope was given to the Catholic Church after it was stolen from a car and recovered by a waste disposal company.
Politics & Society News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service June 19, 2018
50 years after publication of Humanae Vitae, "so much has unfolded in our society that has been to the detriment of human life and love," the statement said.
Faith News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service May 25, 2018
Communion is exclusively for Catholics in a state of grace and not something to be shared between friends, said Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze.
Politics & Society News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service May 01, 2018
The 23-month-year-old died on April 28 from complications of a degenerative brain condition.
Politics & Society News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service April 25, 2018
A group of doctors has criticized the refusal of some of their colleagues and a court to allow Alfie Evans to travel to Italy for treatment as "medical tyranny."
Politics & Society News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service March 13, 2018
Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster suggested that children would find their “greatest joy” by accepting their biological sex.
A pro-life activist holds a rosary stands outside an abortion clinic in 2012 in London. A prominent Catholic lawyer has expressed concern that local governments are considering exclusion zones around abortion clinics, with no proof anyone is harassing pregnant women. (CNS photo/Andrew Winning, Reuters)
Politics & Society News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service February 09, 2018
Local councils in London, Birmingham, Portsmouth and Manchester are considering establishing buffer zones around abortion clinics.
Young demonstrators gather outside Parliament in London on Oct. 24 to call for more child refugees to be allowed asylum and safe passage to the United Kingdom. (CNS photo/Mary Turner, Reuters)
Politics & Society News
Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service December 11, 2017
U.K. Catholic leaders urged the British government to accept more child refugees from northern France after reports that hundreds of young people are being forced to sleep outdoors in low temperatures.