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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service December 02, 2019
British bishops have made the right to life a priority for Catholics ahead of a general election in which two major political parties have promised to liberalize abortion laws.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service October 25, 2019
The bodies of 31 men and eight women -- all believed to be Chinese -- were found Oct. 23 in a refrigerated container near Purfleet, a port on the River Thames.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service October 01, 2019
An ecumenical group of church leaders in Northern Ireland have come together to protest the British government's edict for a more liberal abortion rights law to be applied in the province.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service July 22, 2019
Four Irish bishops said abortion and same-sex marriage will be imposed on Northern Ireland after British politicians "hijacked" a bill intended for other purposes.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service July 10, 2019
"The evidence shows sadly that the situation is becoming worse," said British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service June 24, 2019
An English church official "deliberately misled" a U.S. archdiocese into harboring a pedophile priest and helping him to escape justice for a quarter of a century, said a report from a child abuse inquiry.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service June 17, 2019
Abortions in England and Wales have hit a record level, according to statistics released by the British government.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service May 15, 2019
Vandals and thieves have damaged at least eight Christian churches in Germany since early April.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service May 14, 2019
An Islamic militant has posted a video on the internet boasting that he has arrived in Canada to kill Asia Bibi.
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Simon Caldwell - Catholic News Service April 09, 2019
Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster, England, has made an urgent appeal to the young people of his country to abandon gangs, gang violence and the use of knives. "Knife crime" is at its highest since records started being kept since 1946 and Catholic clergy in Britain are focusing on how to