Two articles about the relationship between the UK and the European Convention on Human Rights.
One by David O’Mahony, Chairman of the Catholic Union (please read here) and the second by Nigel Parker, a member of the Catholic Union Council (please read here).
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A Corpus Christi Procession will be held on Sunday 29th May.
This year it will be even more exciting than ever, as we shall begin at the Assumption Church in Warwick Street, London and move north up Regents Street working our way back to Saint James’s, Spanish Place. We shall be in the...Read More »
EU Referendum 2016
The referendum on 23rd June is important. In former times, the issue would have been decided by great statesmen persuading Parliament by reasoned arguments in thorough debates. All those who would have to decide would be there to listen, to speak and to have their views tested...Read More »
Pope Francis, on Friday 6th May 2016, received the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen, Germany, from Marcel Philipp, the Lord Mayor of the German city. The International Charlemagne Prize is awarded for work done in the service of European unification. The Prize is named for Charles the Great (Charlemagne), the...Read More »
On Saturday 16 April 2016, His Holiness Pope Francis visited Lesbos to see for himself the conditions that refugees were living in. He was accompanied by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople and the Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Athens and All Greece, Ieronymus II
The Holy Father said
‘We have come to call the attention of the...Read More »
Full details of this event are posted on the CUCT website. Please click here
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The 2016 Summer Gathering was held on Saturday 25 June 2016 at St. Mary’s University.
The day’s events started with Mass at the University’s chapel, which His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI visited during his visit to the UK in 2010. Mass was celebrated by Rev Fr John Dickson SDB. David O’Mahony,...Read More »
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: THE CATHOLIC APPROACH
By David O’Mahony
Chairman – The Catholic Union of Great Britain
Talk given to the Ecclesiastical Law Society on 12 March 2016
I should make plain at the beginning that I am neither a theologian nor a church historian, and I do not represent the catholic church. What follows...Read More »
Nominations for the 2016 Catholic Women of the Year are invited.
Any Catholic woman can be nominated – we are looking for the “unsung heroines”: these may be women who are active in their local parish or community, in visiting the sick or imprisoned, in preparing children for First Communion or helping with projects for...Read More »
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17 January 2016 was celebrated by the Catholic Church as the World Day of Migrants and Refugees. Many people will think immediately of the current refugee crisis affecting the Middle East and Europe, but the concern of the Church for migrants and refugees is rooted in the Gospel and has...Read More »