Isabel Vaughan-Spruce is accused of “protesting and engaging in an act that is intimidating to service users.”
As part of her bail conditions, restrictions have been placed on her participating in public prayer.
The Chaldean patriarch and an auxiliary bishop of Baghdad recently visited the Baghdad compound in an effort to find alternative shelter for families.
After a French court confirmed the removal of a statue of St. Michael from a seaside town, supporters have vowed to continue their fight.
In his sermon at the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II today, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby praised the Christian faith and example of the late monarch.
Catholic officials from Commonwealth countries around the world have expressed their sorrow and offered their prayers in response to the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Ukrainian refugees in Slovakia have spoken about their sorrow at the ongoing conflict in their country and voiced gratitude for support from around the world.
Chinese bishops allied with the government have promised to proceed with the “sinicization” of Catholicism in China.
A priest involved in the recent protests in Sri Lanka has been granted bail after being accused of several criminal offenses.
A group of 500 young Catholics in Ireland have signed a letter saying they love the Church’s teaching, but that their voices had not been heard in the process leading up to the Synod on Synodality in Rome.
In ecumenical discussions at the Lambeth Conference in Canterbury, England, Justin Welby, archbishop of Canterbury, has said that most Anglicans recognize the pope as “the father of the Church in the West.”
The parents of 12-year-old Archie Battersbee have lost an appeal against a decision to remove their son from life support.