At least 22 people were killed and dozens wounded after an explosion the evening of May 22 at the concert venue. Authorities said it was Britain's deadliest case of terrorism since 2005.
The bishops of England and Wales have put the post-Brexit future of the United Kingdom at the top of a list of priority issues for Catholic voters to consider before the June 8 general election.
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Nine Catholic organizations, including five religious orders and an archdiocese in Italy, plan to divest from fossil fuel corporations in an action timed to send a message to the upcoming G7 summit in Italy.
British elections: The interest in candidate's religious views and the hostility to others are evidence of a growing fascination with politicians' faith that was unheard of 50 years ago.
The recently opened Snyder Sanctuary at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, is an architectural answer to facilitate spiritual search, to help people of all backgrounds find common ground and to inspire them.
An African priest said that global demand for metallic ores used in cellphones is thwarting efforts to end war and violence in Congo.
The future of England’s cathedrals — often described as the crown jewel of the nation’s architectural heritage — will be examined by a special Church of England working group following a series of disastrous financial crises for the churches.
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As the confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nominee, moved into the March 23 testimony phase with those for and against his nomination taking the floor, the Democrats announced plans to filibuster his nomination.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-New York, announced on the Senate floor he would oppose Gorsuch's nomination by joining other Democrats in a filibuster. This means Gorsuch will need 60 votes to be confirmed by the Senate, and with only 52 Republicans, this would be unlikely.