Author Archives: Anthony Horan

20 Nov
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This Wednesday wear red in support of persecuted Christians

This Wednesday wear red in support of persecuted Christians The UK Parliament and some Cathedrals across the country will turn red this Wednesday in honour of the world’s persecuted Christians and those who suffer for peacefully held beliefs. The initiative, ...

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20 Nov
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MPs challenge moves to liberalise laws and regulations around abortion

MPs challenge moves to liberalise laws and regulations around abortion Fiona Bruce and Edward Leigh have both challenged recent moves to liberalise abortion in the UK. Fiona gave an excellent speech in the main chamber which, among other topics, spoke ...

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19 Nov
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Hundreds of women gather in Glasgow for the pro-life cause

Hundreds of women gather in Glasgow for the pro-life cause The sanctity of all human life was the theme in Glasgow city centre on Saturday as hundreds of women from across the country gathered to honour St Margaret of Scotland ...

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19 Nov
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Vatican gathering considers the Church’s role in Europe

Vatican gathering considers the Church’s role in Europe The recent COMECE gathering of European Bishops’ Conferences representatives and politicians in Rome was an opportunity to consider the role of the Church in contemporary Europe and to begin a process of ...

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18 Nov
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First World Day for the Poor this Sunday

First World Day for the Poor this Sunday This Sunday 19 November will be the first ever World Day for the Poor and is, in the words of Pope Francis an opportunity for believers “to react against a culture of ...

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18 Nov
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Church urges caution on ‘deeply disturbing’ gender consultation

Church urges caution on ‘deeply disturbing’ gender consultation This week I expressed grave concerns about the Scottish Government consultation on reform of gender recognition legislation. The consultation, which can be accessed via this link, seeks views on making it easier ...

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17 Nov
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Scottish Bishops ask First Minister for renewed discussions and dialogue on abortion

Scottish Bishops ask First Minister for renewed discussions and dialogue on abortion Scotland’s Catholic Bishops have today (Friday 17 November) published a letter sent to the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, urging her to engage in renewed discussions and dialogue on ...

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15 Nov
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Scottish Parliament motion welcomes Vatican conference on nuclear disarmament

Scottish Parliament motion welcomes Vatican conference on nuclear disarmament A motion presented to the Scottish Parliament has welcomed the Vatican’s efforts in organising an international conference on Prospects for a World Free from Nuclear Weapons and for Integral Disarmament. The ...

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15 Nov
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Scottish Parliament motion recognises world’s first Catholic-Jewish school campus

Scottish Parliament motion recognises world’s first Catholic-Jewish school campus A motion in the Scottish Parliament has recognised the world’s first Catholic-Jewish school campus. The campus, in Newton Mearns, was opened on 8 November by Bishop John Keenan and Chief Rabbi ...

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14 Nov
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Scottish Parliament hears message of hope in the life and legacy of Blessed Oscar Romero

Scottish Parliament hears message of hope in the life and legacy of Blessed Oscar Romero On Tuesday 7th November, Blessed Oscar Romero took centre stage in the Scottish Parliament thanks to the contributions of Dr Jonathan Reyes, Executive Director of ...

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