Home : Search : Contact us : Log in/Register : Normal Version

| Archbishop | Cardinal | Caritas Westminster | Diocese | Education | Evangelisation | Healthcare | Justice and Peace | Liturgy | Lourdes | Marriage, Family and Life | Parishes | Safeguarding Advisory Service | Vocations | Youth/Young Adults | |Other pages |Catholic FAQs |Chaplaincies |Deaf Service | Events | Jobs | Sitemap |

Cardinal News Archive

Britain needs a new 'spiritual humanism', says Cardinal
The Archbishop of Westminster has called for a new basis of coexistence in British society based on religious values.
15 November 2005

Cardinal congratulates Abigail on birth of son
The Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, has sent Abigail Witchalls and her husband Benoit his “warmest congratulations” on the birth of their son Dominic.
15 November 2005

Cardinal calls for support for prisoners' families
The care and support of prisoners’ families is one of the vital factors in their rehabilitation, says the Archbishop of Westminster in his message for Prisoners’ Sunday.
14 November 2005

Faith leaders salute Nostra Aetate
Three of Britain's principal religious leaders have paid tribute to the Second Vatican Council's declaration on the Church's relations with other faiths, Nostra Aetate, which was promulgated 40 years ago today.
28 October 2005

Cardinal to open 40-hour adoration of Eucharist
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor will this Thursday open a 40-hour devotion before the Blessed Sacrament at Westminster Cathedral. Lay people, members of religious orders, deacons and priests from all over the Diocese of Westminster will be at the Cathedral to pray together in the devotion to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.
25 October 2005

Miracle cure could speed Newman's path to sainthood
A miracle cure in Boston could help clear the way for the canonisation of John Henry Cardinal Newman, whose cause is promoted in a book launched last night in the presence of the Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor.
19 October 2005

Church leaders pay tribute to Br Roger of Taize
The Archbishops of Westminster and Canterbury were among those paying tribute to the slain founder of Taizé during an emotional candle-lit service of thanksgiving at Westminster Cathedral last Friday night.
17 October 2005

Cardinal praises 'cosmopolitan' Confessor
Edward the Confessor would not have been surprised by the “spiritual humanism” proposed recently by the Archbishops of Westminster and Canterbury, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor told a gathering at Westminster Abbey last Friday evening.
10 October 2005

Cardinal on Joffe Bill: 'the right to die can become a duty to die'
Transcript of interview with Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor on Sunday AM programme (BBC One, Sunday, 9am-10am) relating to Assisted Dying Bill which is being debated this afternoon in the House of Lords.
09 October 2005

Keep focus on communion, Cardinal urges Synod in Rome
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor has told bishops meeting in Rome to discuss the Eucharist that they need to emphasise “communion” – the spiritual bond which ties the Church together.
05 October 2005


Copyright The Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster © 2005 : Terms & Conditions : Privacy