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Hate crime in Scotland: Man attacks priest with bottle in Edinburg | SW NEWS | 308 Although Catholics are just 16 per cent of the population in Scotland, they are often targets of hate crimes. In …More
Hate crime in Scotland: Man attacks priest with bottle in Edinburg
| SW NEWS | 308
Although Catholics are just 16 per cent of the population in Scotland, they are often targets of hate crimes. In the latest incident, a man tried to attack a Catholic priest while he was praying alone in St Mary’s Cathedral in Edinburgh. 57 migrants drown in Mediterranean Sea while attempting to reach Europe As many as 57 migrants from Africa are feared dead after the boat they were travelling capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya on Monday, July 26. The vessel was carrying more than 75 migrants from Nigeria, Ghana and the Gambia and they were bound for Europe. Two auxiliary bishops to be consecrated for Melbourne Archdiocese Believers in the Archdiocese of Melbourne in Australia are in a celebratory mood as two new auxiliary bishops will be consecrated this weekend. Although Pope Francis had announced the appointment of Father Martin Ashe and Monsignor Anthony John Ireland as auxiliary bishops earlier this year, their consecration was delayed because of the pandemic restrictions and the closure of churches. Slovakia launches prayer marathon ahead of papal visit Ahead of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Visit to Slovakia, the Pontifical Missionary Works of Slovakia has invited the faithful for a prayer marathon from August 7 to September 15. The Holy Father will visit Slovakia from September 12 to 15. Colorado bishops urge Congressional Representatives to support Hyde Amendment In the US state of Colorado, the Catholic bishops have urged Congressional Representatives to express support for the Hyde Amendment and the Weldon Amendment. Knights of Columbus to host 139th Supreme Convention on Aug. 3, 4 Catholic lay organization Knights of Columbus will host its 139th Supreme Convention in New Haven, Connecticut, in the US on August 3 and 4. Irish Catholic bishops oppose bid to introduce abortion services in Northern Ireland Catholic bishops of Ireland have strongly opposed the decision of the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland to allow abortion services in the province. In a statement, the Irish bishops led by the primate of Ireland Archbishop Eamon Martin said that Westminster has unilaterally imposed an unjust law
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