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Cardinal prays at queen’s funeral, signaling Charles’ openness to dialogue

An English cardinal took part in the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in an indication of openness of the British Royal family to ecumenical and interfaith dialogue.

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Catholic prayers for Queen Elizabeth II — and the new king

King Charles III walks alongside the coffin carrying Queen Elizabeth II with the Imperial State Crown resting on top as it departs Westminster Abbey during the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Sept. 19, 2022, in London. Elizabeth II died…

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Cardinal congratulates new U.K. prime minister, urges focus on poor

Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster congratulated the United Kingdom’s new prime minister, Liz Truss, and urged her to immediately halt the country’s declining living standards.

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Pope condemns human trafficking at conference involving Church leaders, police

ROME – Human trafficking and modern-day slavery have long been at the top of Pope Francis’s agenda, as shown at meeting on Thursday with the Santa Marta Group, a coalition of police forces and the Catholic Church created to fight the problem. Thanking the group for their work, the pope […]

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Bishops say UK punishes asylum-seekers by sending them to Rwanda

The UK government is unfairly punishing English Channel migrants for the crimes of human traffickers by sending the migrants to Rwanda to have asylum applications processed, said the English and Welsh bishops.

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Catholics must ensure their supply chains are ethical, speakers say

Church institutions and all Catholics can fight against modern-day slavery by making sure the products and services needed for their homes, parishes, schools and organizations adhere to ethical standards, a panel of anti-trafficking advocates said.

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Vatican liturgy chief: Traditional Latin Mass ‘abrogated by Pope St. Paul VI’

The Vatican’s liturgy chief has said that the Traditional Latin Mass was “abrogated by Pope Saint Paul VI.” Archbishop Arthur Roche made the comment in a letter dated Aug. 4 to the English Cardinal Vincent Nichols.  The prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments was replying to a letter

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