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Terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard with his parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, in London's Great Ormond Street Hospital

Terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard with his parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, in London's Great Ormond Street Hospital

Pope Francis expresses closeness to Charlie Gard’s parents

03/07/2017 09:01

Pope Francis has expressed his “affection and emotion” at the situation of Charlie Gard and “his own closeness to his parents”, in a statement from the Director of the Holy See Press Office, Greg Burke

 

Dr. Fr. Joseph (Benny Mathew) Srampickal, appointed first bishop of the Eparchy of Great Britain of the Syro-Malabar Church

Dr. Fr. Joseph (Benny Mathew) Srampickal, appointed first bishop of the Eparchy of Great Britain of the Syro-Malabar Church

Pope Erects Eparchy of Great Britain of Syro-Malabar with a new Bishop

28/07/2016 11:20

With a growing influx of immigrants from India to the British Isles, more than 38,000 Syro Malabar faithful reside in England, Scotland and Wales, concentrated mainly in the big cities: London, Birmingham and Liverpool.

 

London newspaper on June 24 2016

London newspaper on June 24 2016

Brexit: Britain a "divided kingdom"

24/06/2016 14:08

The British people have decided to exit the European Union, after voting in a historic referendum that saw 52% of the population vote to leave. Dr. Brian Klaas, a Fellow in Comparative Politics at LSE to gage the reaction of the British public, and where the country goes from here.

A conference in Madrid on Brexit and the future of the European Union

A conference in Madrid on Brexit and the future of the European Union

EU anxious over possible Brexit ahead of referendum

22/06/2016 13:21

The European Union is anxiously looking towards the political turmoil in Britain where a countdown has begun towards Thursday's referendum on whether Britain should remain a member of the 28-nation bloc.

A woman in the London Tube reads a newspaper on the eve of the referendum on whether to stay in the EU

A woman in the London Tube reads a newspaper on the eve of the referendum on whether to stay in the EU

'What future for Europe?': open letter of CEC to Churches and partner organisations

22/06/2016 10:14

The Conference of European Churches has published an open letter calling on members, in view of the EU referendum in the United Kingdom, to contribute to a discussion on the future of Europe and the role of the Churches in the current situation.