Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, has signed a joint letter with the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Chief Rabbi, to urge opposition to the Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor has said that he is 'astonished that Ruth Kelly's Catholicism might be considered incompatible with her role as Equality Minister.'
The president of the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, has added his voice to that of the Sri Lanka’s Catholic bishops calling for a stop to the violence and killings there.
Poverty in Britain is all the more “painful” because it is surrounded by plenty, the Archbishop of Westminster said last Saturday in a homily at Mass for the St Vincent de Paul Society.
London’s Catholic parishes need to embrace migrants whatever their legal status, the Archbishop of Westminster writes in an article published in The Tablet.
The President of the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has exchanged warm letters with Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of her 80th birthday.
Even after record spending on welfare, contemporary Britain still has ‘extreme and shameful poverty’, the Cardinal told a Cambridge conference on 4 April.
The Secretariat of State of the Holy See has indicated to the Archbishop of Westminster that a papal visit to the UK will not be possible in 2007.
A revised Code of Ethics and a new “ethical governance framework” are the key demands contained in a letter from the Archbishop.
In today’s Europe of “believing without belonging”, where the family is fragile, monasteries teach the “art of belonging to each other”, the Archbishop of Westminster told monks gathered at Downside Abbey church.