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Pope Francis has appointed Bishop John Arnold, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Westminster, as Bishop of Salford. He will be the eleventh Bishop of Salford, succeeding Bishop Terence Brain who was appointed in 1997.
Two Catholic grandparents, Phil Kingston from South Gloucestershire and Reggie Norton from Oxfordshire risked arrest by kneeling and praying at the gates of Downing Street recently in an effort to draw attention to the need for urgent action on climate change.
Today’s Middle East Analysis departs from its usual close examination of the key events playing out in the region and looks at Jihad – in particular the alarming rise of Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, in Syria and Iraq.
Archbishop Peter Smith has welcomed a survey conducted by the Equality and Human Rights Commission to seek people’s views on their experiences of religion and belief in the workplace and as the recipients of services.
There is a need for new Foundation Governors to join schools within the Clifton Diocese. If you are unsure what a Foundation Governor does, June Little who is the Chair of Governors at St Thomas More in Cheltenham, gives a great insight to Phil Gibbons from cliftondiocese.com in the podcast below.
Bristolians who have survived human rights abuses, war and sought sanctuary in the UK called for an urgent need for a more humane asylum system when they addressed parliamentarians yesterday in the House of Parliament.
Miriam Perrin is an eighteen year old Italian student who decided that, rather than spending a year travelling before going to university, she would like to spend a year doing voluntary work in a faith environment.