posted on 26 June 2012
In an address to the Thomas More Society at Old Hall, Lincoln’s Inn on 25 June 2012, Archbishop Vincent Nichols spoke of tensions and perspectives surrounding the definition of human dignity and presented the Church’s understanding of human dignity as an intrinsic part of what it is to be human.
posted on 16 May 2012
In the Bishop Dunn Memorial Lecture given on Tuesday 15 May 2012, at Ushaw College, Durham, the Most Reverend Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, called on all Catholics to think about how best to express their faith in their lives today.
posted on 14 May 2012
In his address at the CCEE Congress on Catechesis, in Rome on 7 May 2012, Archbishop Vincent Nichols asked the question of how do we best share the Gospel in Christian initiation with young people?
posted on 08 December 2011
The Archbishop of Westminster delivered the Inaugural Thomas More Lecture, on Wednesday 7 December, calling for people to be proactive about engagement between the world of faith and secular society.
posted on 23 November 2011
In a speech to MPs and members of Caritas Social Action Network, the Archbishop of Westminster has urged Catholic organisations to find innovative solutions to social and economic problems..
posted on 12 September 2011
Speaking at the University of Birmingham, Archishop Vincent Nichols has
described how the events of 9/11 led to a strengthening of inter-faith relations.
posted on 06 September 2011
Young people need nurture and care as well as standards of behaviour
posted on 07 July 2011
In an exclusive interview with Westminster Record, Archbishop Nichols reflects on the past two years and speaks about current issues, including new advice by the Bishops of England and Wales to return to Friday fasting.
posted on 03 May 2011
Archbishop Vincent Nichols wrote an article which appeared in The Sun on 2 May 2011 on the Beatification of John Paul II.