The Catholic Union of Great Britain
Public Engagement for the Common Good
- Salve and ValeCatholic Union Deputy Director, James Somerville-Meikle, writes: People often ask how many Catholic MPs there are at Westminster. For a straightforward question, the answer is not that simple. While around 60 or 70 MPs could claim to be Catholic in some way, the number of MPs prepared to talk about their faith and put those words into action consistently could probably be counted on both hands. But as with many things in life, it is the quality and not the quantity that counts. We have been blessed with some excellent Catholic MPs over the years, including Sir Edward Leigh, who … Read more
St Thomas More Circle
The St Thomas More Circle was created in 2019 to raise much needed funds to pay specialist staff to help us truly succeed for Catholics in the country by representing their voice in the public sphere.
Universe Free Trial
Our aim is to contribute in a balanced and respectful way to the dialogue between religion and politics.
The Catholic Union of Great Britain is a voluntary association of the Catholic laity in England, Wales and Scotland. Its purpose is to advocate, express and uphold, by all proper and legitimate means, Catholic moral and spiritual principles and interests, and promote a Christian standpoint in public affairs, regardless of political parties and affiliations. It has a special responsibility in those matters where the concern of Catholics requires representations to Parliament, Government Departments and Agencies, and to other public elected or appointed bodies.