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The Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor, has told The Times that President Mugabes expulsion of shanty-down dwellers is deeply abhorrent and has called for a moratorium on forced returns of Zimbabwean asylum-seekers to their country. He said it would be a gross injustice to return detainees to Zimbabwe as long as the situation there continues to deteriorate.
29 June 2005

The Cardinal has joined senior religious leaders from three faiths Christianity, Judaism and Islam publicly to urge the Prime Minister to press for radical commitments on behalf of the worlds poorest people when he chairs the annual meeting of the worlds richest nations in Scotland next month.
28 June 2005

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor has explained why he is leading the Make Poverty History march in Edinburgh next Saturday, which will put pressure on G8 summit leaders to fulfill the pledges they made in 2000 to halve world poverty.
27 June 2005

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor on Sunday (19 June) led a 1,000-strong pilgrimage to one of Britains most ancient healing wells, known locally as the Lourdes of Wales.
20 June 2005

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor is urging Catholics in England and Wales to join him at the Make Poverty History rally in Edinburgh on 2 July.
09 June 2005

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor on Sunday led a service broadcast on BBC Radio 4 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council's Constitution on the Church in the Modern World.
07 June 2005

On 25 May Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor concluded a series of popular lectures at Westminster Cathedral with a broad outline of the future of the Church in Europe.
26 May 2005

The Cardinal's Lectures: A series of six public lectures on 'Faith in Europe?' at Westminster Cathedral, Spring 2005

'The Church in Europe': Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor: 25 May 2005

25 May 2005

Cardinal ends popular series of six lectures with broad vision of how Church can respond to challenges of contemporary Europe
24 May 2005

Annie Maguire, the Irish woman who was wrongfully imprisoned in Britain for terrorism offences, yesterday received a papal honour from the Archbishop of Westminster.
23 May 2005

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