Lenin once famously asked, “how can you make a revolution without firing squads?” Boris Johnson, Britain’s newly appointed prime minister, has taken that advice to heart – in his first hours in office, over half the ministers in outgoing prime minster Theresa May’s government were pushed out or resigned.
English bishops say the British government betrayed voters by refusing to change a rule they say keeps them from opening new Catholic “free schools.”
A London council has become the first local authority in the UK to approve a buffer zone around an abortion clinic.
Former St. Francis College basketball standout Ben Mockford signed a pro contract with Caceres, a team in the Spanish Basketball Federation.
MANCHESTER, England (CNS) – The British government is investigating claims that Catholic schools have acted illegally by circulating a letter allegedly inviting students to sign a petition in support of traditional marriage. It is against British law for children under the age of 16 to sign political petitions, but the text of the letter, circulated […]
MANCHESTER, England (CNS) – A Scottish court ruled that two senior Catholic midwives have no right to conscientiously object to overseeing staff involved in late-term abortions in a state-run hospital. The Court of Session, Scotland’s supreme civil court, ruled that Mary Doogan, 57, and Concepta Wood, 51, could not invoke the conscience clause of the […]