Cardinal News Archive
During a visit to Australia in his official capacity as Cardinal, Archbishop Cormac Murphy-O'Connor has said that the desolation of post-modernity is leading people back to God.
The President and Vice-President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales have written to Cardinal Sfeir of Lebanon.
Following the Holy Father's message at the Angelus on Sunday, 16 July Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor has sent a message to the Diocese.
The Archbishops of Westminster and Liverpool have written to the Patriarch Michel Sabbah to express their solidarity with the Christians of the Holy Land.
The Archbishop of Westminster has paid tribute to Patrick Victory, for many years adviser to Cardinal Basil Hume, who died on Monday morning.
God can bring good even out of the “terrible evil” of the 7 July attacks, the Archbishop of Westminster said in a homily at a Requiem Mass for Anthony Fatayi-Williams at Westminster Cathedral.
The Archbishop of Westminster this afternoon met Patricia Hewitt to urge a wide ranging review of the abortion law and a new body to examine bioethics questions.
The Archbishop of Westminster says he is sad at the prospect that full Anglican-Catholic unity will be ‘out of reach’ following a decision by the Church of England to ordain women as bishops
The Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor has welcomed the rise in the Living Wage announced by London’s Mayor, Ken Livingstone.
“Where Christians are being denied their rights, that is not a matter on which Muslims in Britain should remain silent”. The Archbishop of Westminster's comments were made at Oxford on 16 May. He added: “Where religious rights of minorities are disrespected in the name of Islam, the face of Islam is tarnished elswhere in the world.”
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor’s remarks are made in a speech spelling out the need for a close, respectful dialogue between Christians and Muslims.