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Right to asylum must never be denied when people's lives are truly threatened

It was until recently fashionable to complain that immigration was never debated in politics. Now politicians seem sometimes to argue about little else. Where does the Catholic Church stand on this important policy area? As Christians, we need to pause amid a sometimes times frenzied debate, and think carefully about our response to immigration. The forthcoming general election in May provides a good reason to reflect. 

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Modern Slavery Act

Following Royal Assent being given to the Modern Slavery Bill today, Cardinal Nichols welcomed the Modern Slavery Act 2015: "I welcome the Modern Slavery Act...Read more

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Proclaim 15

In 2015 a significant evangelisation initiative called Proclaim ’15 is being launched to support, inspire and encourage new expressions of parish evangelisat... Read more

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Cathedral Repairs

The announcement by the Chancellor earlier today of the last round of grants to cathedrals in England under the First World War Centenary Cathedrals Repairs...Read more

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General Election 2015

Catholics across England and Wales are asked to engage with the General Election that will take place on Thursday, 7 May 2015. It is up to each person how they vote and voting should seldom, if ever, be based on a single issue. However, “As Catholics we are called to work for a world shaped by the Gospel of Jesus Christ”. We will be uploaded comprehensive Election content here in due course. Read more