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Skulls identified as those of the Welsh Catholic martyrs Philip Evans and John Lloyd

Catholic martyrs’ bones identified almost 150 years after discovery in an attic

Two skulls were discovered in an attic in Wales in 1878. Researchers believe they have now identified them as belonging... Read more

Welsh government accused of seeing Catholic schools as a ‘problem’

The Welsh government appears to see Catholic schools as a “problem,” a Church education adviser said Monday as officials press... Read more

Baby Feet.

Abortion rate in England and Wales soars amid pandemic

The number of abortions in England and Wales soared in the first half of 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, according... Read more

Jarek Kwiatkowski of KT Electronics tests a livestream installation at a church in Wales. Photo courtesy of KT Electronics.

Livestream installer: it’s ‘an absolute privilege’ to bring Mass to locked-down Catholics

When Paul Fulgoni heard the news about the coronavirus pandemic spreading across Europe, he decided that his small electronics company... Read more

Archbishop George Stack of Cardiff, pictured May 14, 2012.

As English churches reopen, Welsh Catholics are still waiting

As churches across England reopen for private prayer Monday, Catholics in neighboring Wales are still waiting for the day when... Read more

An unborn baby at 20 weeks.

Record abortion figures in England and Wales ‘a national tragedy’

A record number of abortions took place in England and Wales in 2019, according to official figures published Thursday.  Read more

Seminarians of the Cardiff archdiocese enjoying a pint at The City Arms.

Welsh seminarians mistaken for bachelor party nearly kicked out of pub

Seven seminarians walk into a bar … and almost get kicked out.  Read more

Stained Glass Flower.

Welsh Church to honor courageous leadership of St. Teilo

Among Welsh Catholics, Feb. 9 is the liturgical memorial of Saint Teilo, a sixth-century monk and bishop who led the... Read more