The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham was established in 2011 by Pope Benedict XVI to allow Anglicans to enter into full communion with the Church.
The leader of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, King Charles, and the Prime Minister of Great Britain were among the British leaders who paid tribute to the late pope.
A leading politician serving the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) has strongly echoed Pope Francis’ concerns about the humanitarian situation in the region.
Scottish bishops have released a statement in opposition to the government’s plans to make it easier for individuals to change how they identify their gender.
Pro-life and free-speech campaigners in the United Kingdom are awaiting a landmark ruling from the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
In a ruling on Nov. 25, the Court of Appeal ruled that the UK abortion law did not discriminate against disabled people.
Concerns about religious freedom in the UK are intensifying after local council officers confronted a woman on the south coast of England for praying quietly in a public space and asked her to move away.
“The death of Archbishop Mario will be felt not just in the Archdiocese of Glasgow, but across Scotland and beyond.”
Caroline Farrow says “gender-critical” Catholics have become “soft targets” for LGBTQ crackdowns in the U.K.
A Christian doctor has appealed to Christians in professional life to “stand up and fight” after he faced investigation for offering his patients “spiritual care.”
The Catholic Church in Scotland has spoken out about the dangers of current proposals to legalize assisted suicide for terminally-ill people.
What may well be the first shrine in Europe dedicated to persecuted Christians will be blessed today in central London, UK.
A Catholic Member of Parliament who was appointed yesterday to the role of Health Secretary in the UK has come under fire for her pro-life views.
A prominent Bosnian cardinal has said that “forgiveness can be achieved” following the consecration of a Catholic church in the town of Bugojno in central Bosnia.
The European Court of Human Rights has dismissed the case of an Iranian convert to Christianity, who is appealing his deportation from Germany back to Iran, on the grounds of religious freedom.
Pro-life campaigners and advocates for religious freedom in Ireland have expressed dismay following the news that the Irish Government intends to introduce fines and prison sentences for people who pray, hold signs, or try to persuade women not to have abortions while they are within the vicinity of an abortion clinic.
A 76-year-old English grandmother who was fined for praying near to an abortion clinic has successfully overturned her financial penalty, but human rights campaigners still fear that the initial fine represents “a worrying trend in law enforcement” regarding certain beliefs.
The first classical cathedral to be built in England since St. Paul’s Cathedral has achieved a coveted recognition that shows a changing attittude to "serious classical architecture", according to its architect.