Cardinal News Archive
Annie Maguire, one of the ‘Maguire Seven’ whose wrongful imprisonment came to an end in 1991, is set to receive a papal honour this Sunday (22 May) from the Archbishop of Westminster.
'It is exceptional to start the process of beatification so soon. But John Paul II was an exceptional man'
‘A breathaking, fragrant experience of heaven not to be missed’
A remarkable ecumenical service was held last week in commemoration of Carthusian monks put to death for refusing to recognise Henry VIII as head of the Church in England. Bishop George Stack, representing the Cardinal, and the Anglican Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, led the service.
Cardinal calls for support for World Communications Day on 12 May. In an interview with the Italian daily Avvenire, he discusses choices facing British electorate tomorrow.
Excerpts from this afternoon's (25 April) Press Conference with Archbishop Rowan Williams and Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor at the English College in Rome following the visit this morning of Archbishop Williams to Pope Benedict XVI
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor will celebrate a Diocesan Mass of Thanksgiving for the Election of Pope Benedict XVI at Westminster Cathedral at 5.30 on Tuesday 26 April 2005.
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor will celebrate a Public Mass of Thanksgiving on the Election of Pope Benedict at Westminster Cathedral at 5.30pm on Thursday 21 April.
The Cardinals of the Catholic Church last night chose Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger to be the new Pope. He has taken the name of Pope Benedict XVI and will be officially inaugurated in a Mass at St Peter's Basilica in Rome on Sunday.
The Archbishop of Westminster has entered the Conclave to choose the successor to John Paul II. Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor is one of 115 cardinal-electors who are expected this week to appoint the new pope.